Win 10 - disable auto rotate for photos

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       #11

    I'll post in this thread instead of starting a new one.

    I recently scanned a pile of photos. Due to the way I had them on the scanner, they're sideways, upside-down, etc...

    I opened them the Windows picture viewer, hit the button at the top to rotate and moved onto the next one. Jumping back to the photo showed that they had in fact been rotated to the correct orientation.

    This folder of images is shared on the network. I browsed to it from my Windows 7 system, and none of the photos that I rotated were showing correctly. Both the thumbnails and full version in Windows Photo Viewer were rotated incorrectly.

    Is Windows 10 saving the rotation data outside of the image somewhere? I've read of other issues where users have rotated them correctly only to find them sideways after uploading the image online.

    Thanks!
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       #12

    I have the same error. Have you find the solution? Thanks very much


    I have the same error. Have you find the solution? Thanks very much

    ssbtech said:
    I'll post in this thread instead of starting a new one.

    I recently scanned a pile of photos. Due to the way I had them on the scanner, they're sideways, upside-down, etc...

    I opened them the Windows picture viewer, hit the button at the top to rotate and moved onto the next one. Jumping back to the photo showed that they had in fact been rotated to the correct orientation.

    This folder of images is shared on the network. I browsed to it from my Windows 7 system, and none of the photos that I rotated were showing correctly. Both the thumbnails and full version in Windows Photo Viewer were rotated incorrectly.

    Is Windows 10 saving the rotation data outside of the image somewhere? I've read of other issues where users have rotated them correctly only to find them sideways after uploading the image online.

    Thanks!
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #13

    Image rotation issue with Windows 10 and how to fix it


    ssbtech said:
    I opened them the Windows picture viewer, hit the button at the top to rotate and moved onto the next one. Jumping back to the photo showed that they had in fact been rotated to the correct orientation.This folder of images is shared on the network. I browsed to it from my Windows 7 system, and none of the photos that I rotated were showing correctly. Both the thumbnails and full version in Windows Photo Viewer were rotated incorrectly.Is Windows 10 saving the rotation data outside of the image somewhere? I've read of other issues where users have rotated them correctly only to find them sideways after uploading the image online. Thanks!
    I ran into the same problem after upgrading to Windows 10! This article sums it all up for me: Image Rotation Issue With Windows 10 It looks like Windows 8 and Windows 10 don't actually physically rotate the pictures. It just updates the "Orientation" flag in the EXIF data, which is not supported in Windows 7 and other older versions of Windows. It's not supported on most websites as well.

    There are workarounds (opening the pictures in Paint and saving them) but it's tedious. It will save you a lot of time if you use a tool that auto-rotates your JPG files for you.
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