Orientation issue (EOS 10D)

Hi!

Should the orientation and other data in imgdata.sizes be ready after opening the raw file and before unpack/raw2image_ex? I have issue with imgdata.sizes.flip property for 10D. It is has value 270 before raw2image_ex and a correct bit-wise value after raw2image_ex.

LibRaw 0.17

Thanks!

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imgdata.image (and rawdata.*)

imgdata.image (and rawdata.*) and imgdata.sizes are always in 'sensor dimensions', so it is alwasy unrotated and rotation/mirroring is read/set via flip/user_flip.

Rotation/mirroring is performed on output phase:
dcraw_ppm_tiff_writer()
or
dcraw_make_mem_image()

-- Alex Tutubalin

Also, flip is 'bit-field', it

Also, flip is 'bit-field', it converted from degree rotation to bits in raw2image_start() if not corrected before

-- Alex Tutubalin

For most camera which I have

For most camera which I have used the flip field means "bit-field" before actually processing (unpack()/raw2image_start()). But for EOS 10D this flag means the rotation angle. So, I would prefer not to start processing but get meaning of this field: is it bit-field or angle. Is it possible to know if it was corrected before?

From first lines of raw2image

From first lines of raw2image_start (called by _ex):

  if (O.user_flip >= 0)
    S.flip = O.user_flip;
 
  switch ((S.flip+3600) % 360)
    {
    case 270:  S.flip = 5;  break;
    case 180:  S.flip = 3;  break;
    case  90:  S.flip = 6;  break;
    }

So:
flip/user_filp are bit-field. But if someone has specified user_flip in degrees it will work OK.

Specifically for CIFF (CRW) format camera sets rotation angle, not Orientation tag. This value is preserved after open_datastream (looks like we need to fix it for all cases in 0.18?)

-- Alex Tutubalin

Now I have my fix looks like:

Now I have my fix looks like:

switch (imgdata.sizes.flip)
{
case 3://0011
case 180:
metaData.flip = Meta_data::Flip_180;
break;
case 5://0101
case 270:
metaData.flip = Meta_data::Flip_90CCW;
break;
case 6://0110
case 90:
metaData.flip = Meta_data::Flip_90CW;
break;