I am trying to extract EXIF data from a image(jpeg) which has been dragged into the browser or has been selected via a html file input element.  I managed to preview the image within the browser using FileReader and FileReader.readAsDataURL as descri...
Is it possible to parse an image object (<img>) in the DOM as if it had been uploaded and opened with FileReader? I am trying to use jpegmeta.js to extract EXIF metadata from JPEGs, but it needs binary strings which are returned by the FileRead...
I have developed a laravel web application which has a function of accepting images uploaded by users and then display it. I had encountered  a problem while testing as photos uploaded using mobile phones were rotating 90 degrees in anti clock wise d...
Portrait pictures, taken from some mobile devices, uploaded via an HTML form gets the wrong orientation while embedded in a web page.  This is due to the EXIF orientation metadata, which could for instance have the value 6 = Rotate 90 CW telling the...
How can I strip the EXIF data from an uploaded image through javascript? I am currently able to access the EXIF data using this exif-js plugin, like this:  EXIF.getData(oimg, function() {     var orientation = EXIF.getTag(this, "Orientation")...
I'm reading an image file and rescaling it to send it to a server. In order to properly rescale it I need to change the orientation, since some pictures are taken with a mobile device camera. In order to do this rotation I did the following using...
I read in a file from an HTML file input. For iOS I can take a picture from the camera. The problem is that if you take the picture with the camera the content will include EXIF data(at least if I read the file content with the FileReader API).     I...
I am creating a web app in which it allows image upload directly in the canvas. Sometimes, when images are uploaded from iPad or other such devices, they are oriented differently.  I am trying to find a way to extract their orientation info and accor...
I have the following task:   Offer an <input type=file /> When the user adds a file:   read the EXIF data (specifically, location information if available) send the file and the information from the EXIF to an external API, using Ajax    So, I&...

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