Is there JPG Viewer that Auto Rotates Portrait Pics?

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  1. greenisaac
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    I have been using the JPG viewer in Moonshell and DSOrganiser (on an R4 card) and although they work great for landscape pictures, with portrait pictures you either just see a portion of the pic displayed or it's zoomed out so you get a very small portrait image in the landscape frame. I was wondering if there is a DS JPG viewing utility which will automatically rotate portrait pictures to landscape mode so the screen of the DS is filled up.

    Most MP3 players with an image-viewer seem to do this and was hoping there is a utility which will do the same but I've searched but not found one yet but maybe you guys have found one.

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    I don't know of one that automatically does it, but in ComicBookDS it only takes one button press to rotate the screen and a couple others to zoom in/out to your liking. It's worth a shot.
     
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    Thanks! That is a great program with a lovely interface. I've heard of this before but hadn't tried it as I didn't plan to use Comic - books but I'm glad I've given it a go.

    What would be ideal is if a program like this could read indiviual JPGS (before cpnversion) with the same functions. I guess no such utility exists as of yet.

    Thanks again Dan. Great piece of advice!
     
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    Glad I could help. Unfortunately pre-conversion is needed, as I don't think there are any programs that read *.jpg files from your card that can do what you want to do.
     

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