User Defined Action at Wiki destroys EXIF-data in jpg
Brian J. Tarricone
brian at tarricone.org
Sun Dec 6 21:57:17 CET 2009
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On 12/06/2009 02:32 AM, malenki wrote:
> David Mohr wrote:
>> It is a wiki, so feel free to add your suggestion right on that page.
> Ok, so I'll get the 253rd account $somewhere to edit a line...
Our wiki doesn't require an account to edit.
>> May I suggest to use exifautotran instead though, it does not need any
>> parameters, and figures the rotation out based on the exif data.
> That is only helpful when the camera stores the information with which
> orientation the picture was taken afaik.
True. Personally, I have a script that does:
jhead -ft -cmd "jpegtran -rotate $amount -outfile &o &i" "$file"
(The -ft just sets the file's mtime to the EXIF time.) For people who
do have correct embedded orientation info, you can also also do:
jhead -ft -autorot "$file"
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