Auto Rotate Images After Transferring to Computer

After transferring photos from your digital camera to the computer you will end up with a lot of portrait photos displayed as landscape. Manually rotating each photo is a tedious and unnecessary task since this operation can be performed automatically.

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Most digital cameras come equipped with orientation sensors that record in the metadata section of each image (the EXIF record) the camera orientation (portrait or landscape) when taking the picture.

This information can be later used by BatchPhoto to automatically straighten the photos all at once, so you don't have to rotate each picture individually!

Introducing BatchPhoto, a batch processing software app for Windows & Mac that can:

  • Automatically rotate photos based on the EXIF/IPTC metadata embedded by digital cameras with orientation sensors (all modern cameras)
  • Read and convert to 170+ image formats, including: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PDF, GIF, BMP, TGA, PSD, JP2, and more. Read RAW image formats from almost all DSLR digital cameras (including: Canon, Sony, Nikon, Olympus, Fuji, Kodak, Pentax).
  • Add Watermarks as either text or logos. Add multi-line Text Comments or imprint the original Date/Time as recorded by the digital camera
  • Change image size based on pixels or percents, crop, or rotate by a specified number of degrees
  • Rename images with a powerful customization tool that allows the use of keywords and search & replace in filenames
  • Directly upload to FTP, or to social networks like Facebook, and Picasa.
  • And much more...

Why waste time manually rotating your photos? Install the free trial of BatchPhoto and see for yourself how much time you can save by rotating pictures in bulk!

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Visually watermark images in batch mode, as easy as 1-2-3!

Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as macOS® Sonoma (14), Ventura (13), Monterey (12), Big Sur (11), Catalina (10.15), Mojave (10.14), High Sierra (10.13), and Sierra (10.12).