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...
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&...
I found a nice npm package that allows you to read and write Exif data to images, https://github.com/Sobesednik/node-exiftool.   The challenge that I have is that it requires you to provide the path to an image. So, the image has to be written to dis...
Is there a native Javascript module that allows creating / modifying EXIF and IPTC sections inside the JPEG file ?   Note: I already have the Exif data of the image that I am receiving from iPhone along with the image. Since he image does not include...
I would like to extract the GPS Exif tag from pictures using NodeJS. I got data in this format:    {     "gps": {         "GPSTimeStamp": [2147483647, 76, 41],         "GPSLongitude": [76, 41, 56.622],         "GPSLatitude...
I am developing a small web application for mobile and I am using canvas to draw the images on screen before uploading it to the server.   Before the upload, I want to know if the photo was taken from the camera roll or taken by the device camera.  I...
How to read geolocation data from an image file (JPG, JPEG, PNG, etc) in Javascript at the moment of loading the file onto web browser but before the actual upload (on the client side)....
Does anybody know how to, and is it even possible to read ICC colour profile data from image jpg/jpeg file via JavaScript in the browser?...
I am trying to upload an image to Firestore from a mobile device but the image orientation remains landscape when it should be portrait.  Basic process:   Upload Image with 'input' image file Get orientation with EXIF and adjust to canvas acc...
Using JavaScript-Load-Image function loadImage(...). But the base64 string is roughly 2-4x longer than loading it via FileReader().  I'm already dealing with large files so they cannot be so much larger.  var reader = new FileReader(); reader.onl...

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