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Vertical JPEG displayed as horizontal in APG detection

by JX » Sun Aug 13, 2017 8:23 am

I converted a series of vertically oriented Canon EOS M6 .CR2 raw files to JPEG in Digital Professional 4.
In the detection panel, APG 4.4.1 displays the jpegs horizontally. Preview in Windows shows jpegs vertically.

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Re: Vertical JPEG displayed as horizontal in APG detection

by marzipano » Sun Aug 13, 2017 5:44 pm

I have Canon's Digital Photo Professional and can replicate this issue on cr2 to jpg conversion

I noticed the exif data has changed a little on the output of the jpg from the cr2 file after using DPP and I think this is affecting the orientation of the thumbnails. There were several differences in the exif data so I'm not sure which one is the cause of this.

More of a nuisance than a problem as the pano itself, the preview and the CP editor screens seem to still be in the correct orientation

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Re: Vertical JPEG displayed as horizontal in APG detection

by JX » Mon Aug 14, 2017 11:13 am

Yes the red tint is a real nuisance though. Did you replicate this too?

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Re: Vertical JPEG displayed as horizontal in APG detection

by marzipano » Mon Aug 14, 2017 2:36 pm

JX wrote:Yes the red tint is a real nuisance though. Did you replicate this too?


Kolor don't recommend importing RAW files straight into APG and I use either Lightroom and/or Photomatix (for bracketed) to convert then first. I tested putting cr2 files into APG directly for this post and they were tinted but more blue/green than red in my case but symptomatic of what Kolor say which is that their RAW converter is very basic

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