Indeed I tried to upload the provided image and it appeared rotated into the ImageEditor. After a further investigation, though, it turned out that the image itself seems to contain some rotation meta information, which is passed tot he ImageEditor. The image will appear rotated if you also open it in a standard image editing software like Paint - video. Rotating in it and saving the image again with its new dimensions seems to fix the issue.
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I have exact same problem. The picture's from iPhone and the EXIF Orientation has Rotate 90 CW but It actually opens and looks correctly on image editor tool like Paint or browser but rotates when uploaded(RadAsyncUpload). Is there any option in editor to disable or ignore?
answered on 10 May 2019, 02:19 PM
RadAsyncUpload does not apply any additional modifications to the chosen files, so it is most likely that the iPhone does not pass the meta data about the edits of the image when it is uploaded. By default iPhone keeps the original images and apply the applied edits only visually - for example if you crop the image and open it for second cropping, the original image will be still available (like if you are cropping it for the first time).
You can test if this is the case by uploading the same image with another web uploader and see what the result will be.
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