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Windows 7: Still a problem with WPG\Media Center photo orientation


14 Jan 2009   #1

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Still a problem with WPG\Media Center photo orientation

Hi

I see that WPG\WLPG's inability to read a photo's orienation data and then display the photo correctly still exists. All the software that I have seen seems to be able to handle this properly - why not WPG? The problem extends to Media Center which makes slide shows unusable.

I know MS say you can 'rotate' on import but there are 3 problems with this.
1. What do I do with the 15,000 photos I all ready have?
2. What if I don't want the photos to be rotated - I would prefer to leave them as they are and just have them rendered correctly.
3. What if I usually use a different import process and don't want to change.

It really does seem to be a fairly simple improvement to implement but we've been waiting so long....

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