look into convert "man convert"
I use it for bash converting images and creating thumbnails....if the
camera put the orientation data in the jpg, then you could look at
that and decide whether or not to rotate it.
I found GUI image browsers to be too slow to get anything done, and in
most cases, modifying the image destroys it...at least with the ones
I've tried. Always make a backup before mass-modifications.
On 5/16/07, Alex Feldman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> This isn't really a Gimp question, I don't think, but I hope it's
> appropriate here.
> I just bought a point-and-shoot, and unlike my dSLR, it doesn't have
> gravity switch to keep track of the orientation of the photo. My old
> workflow was to run all the pictures through jhead after they came out
> of the camera and that lined everything up. Now I have to look at each
> picture individually and decide to rotate it or not.
> Gthumb almost gives me a nice way to do this, presenting me with a
> page of thumbnails that I can select from, and then rotate the selected
> ones all at once. Trouble is, you then have to go through and
> individually save each image to get it to "take". Does anyone know of a
> tool that that will make this as painless as possible?
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