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Old 16 Jul 2014, 13:39
Mallcom Mallcom is offline
 
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Portrait picture is landscape in vbulletin

Is this a known problem that upload portrait picture is landscape in vbulletin.

What can you do about this?
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Old 16 Jul 2014, 18:24
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I don't think vbulletin is the problem. I think the problem is that some images contain information about what rotation angle should be applied when displaying, but not all browsers obey it.

Edit: ...well, I suppose if vbulletin has resized it then it could be that the orientation is getting lost.

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Old 16 Jul 2014, 20:28
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To what section of the software were you uploading your image to?
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Old 17 Jul 2014, 08:35
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The picture isn't actually taken that way, the picture has meta data about it that isn't being used by vBulletin, or your browser, once its uploaded.

Most browsers display the picture as it is, without respect to its meta dat.
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Old 20 Jul 2014, 11:18
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Originally Posted by tbworld View Post
To what section of the software were you uploading your image to?
In a forum thread.

--------------- Added 20 Jul 2014 at 12:17 ---------------

If we take a look at Facebook for example, where there is no problem with pictures, easy to rotate a photo if you wish, but in vBulletin is a disaster when it comes to image upload. Today, people use various media to upload their images, but vBulletin is very limited.

--------------- Added 20 Jul 2014 at 12:40 ---------------

Originally Posted by kh99 View Post
I don't think vbulletin is the problem. I think the problem is that some images contain information about what rotation angle should be applied when displaying, but not all browsers obey it.

Edit: ...well, I suppose if vbulletin has resized it then it could be that the orientation is getting lost.
I try to use the rotate your extensions, but with negative results.
I am the webmaster of this site www.husbilskompisar.se and that is where we have image problem ;-))
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Old 20 Jul 2014, 16:45
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See the PM I sent you.
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Old 20 Jul 2014, 20:22
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Originally Posted by Mallcom View Post
If we take a look at Facebook for example, where there is no problem with pictures, easy to rotate a photo if you wish, but in vBulletin is a disaster when it comes to image upload. Today, people use various media to upload their images, but vBulletin is very limited.

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Because facebook processes their images to do this, where as we (vBulletin) does not.
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