Attention: Some slideshow programs use EXIF-data to determine orientation and rotate images automatically. If you only change orientation and leave EXIF-data unaltered the rotated image will be presented in landscape view as before.
I have a liittle perl script here, not only reducing image sizes of multiple images, but also rotating selcected images , determined by a tabbed list. It uses image magick, but it could be modified using perl gimp. The program also uses EXIF-data to set modification date, so a slide show in chronological order is enabled. Have a lot of fun. Bernd Documentation isn't quite ready. Ronald F. Guilmette schrieb: > In message > <CAEOUvC6551FG70Hs6oCrKg9vH=rFZ_bjm_VM-goM5Hbf2=r...@mail.gmail.com> > , Christen Anderson <christenanderson1...@gmail.com> wrote: > > >> Image --> Transform --> Rotate >> > > Um, yea! That's what I was looking for. (I knew it had to be there > somewhere.) > > Thanks! > > _______________________________________________ > gimp-user-list mailing list > email@example.com > http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user-list >
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