You can rotate your image in a range clockwise from 0 degrees (no rotation) to 359 (nearly all the way around). You can also mirror an image horizontally or vertically. For more information see below.
Filestack has a limit to how large the images it will accept for conversions can be. The maximum accepted image size is 100,000,000 pixels, so an image with this many pixels could have width and height combinations like 10,000 x 10,000 or 5,000 x 20,000, etc. There is also a file size restriction. Filestack will not process an image that is larger than 256mb. Please contact us if you require the ability to process larger files than our current limits.
||The degree by which to rotate the image clockwise. This can be an integer in a range from 0 to 359. Alternatively, you can set the degree to 'exif' and the image will be rotated based upon any exif metadata it may contain.This parameter can be abbreviated to
||Sets the EXIF orientation of the image to EXIF orientation 1. The exif=false parameter takes an image and sets the exif orientation to the first of the eight EXIF orientations. The image will behave as though it is contained in an html
||Sets the background color to display if the image is rotated less than a fill 90 degrees. This can be the word for a color, or the hex color code. This parameter can be abbreviated as
This image has exif orientation data that corresponds to the 8th exif orientation (left-bottom).
Image rotated 180 degrees with
Image rotated 145 degrees with
Image rotated 145 degrees with a black background using
Image rotated based on the image's exif orientation data (left-bottom) with
Image displayed with exif=false parameter
||This task flips the image in the vertical direction. Flip requires no additional parameters. It is simply called like this:
photo courtesy of Andrew Mione
Flip with default parameters
||This task flops the image in the horizontal direction. Flop requires no additional parameters. It is simply called like this:
Flop with default parameters
Flip and Flop together