V1 Image Transformations - Rotate

You can rotate your image in a range clockwise from 0 degrees (no rotation) to 359 (nearly all the way around). For more information see below.

Filepicker 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.

Syntax

https://www.filestackapi.com/api/file/<handle>/convert?[options]
rotate

Rotate the image.

Default is no rotation. rotate="exif" will rotate the image automatically based on the exif data in the image. Other valid values are integers between 0 and 359, for degrees of rotation. 90, 180, 270 and 0 will produce full quarter turn rotations (right, upside down, left, rightside up).
exif=false

Set EXIF orientation 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 img tag if displayed in an application that supports EXIF orientations.

Examples

Original image

the original image to be rotated in the examples

Image rotated 270 degrees

the image rotated 270 degrees clockwise

Image rotated 45 degrees

the image rotated 45 degrees clockwise

Image rotated based on EXIF data

the original image to be rotated based on its exif metadata
the image rotated based on its exif metadata