Adds Windows right click menu items to folders and photo files (.jpg, .jpeg) for lossless rotation of JPEG files according to EXIF orientation metadata. See http://jpegrotate.com
(Developer details below added July 22, 2016)
All JPEG autorotate literally does is call jhead with the path given by explorer and a couple of parameters. The entire command line window that opens is called in accordance with registry keys like this
WriteRegStr HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT "Folder\shell\JPEG-EXIF_autorotate_folder\command" "" '"$INSTDIR\autooperatedir.bat" "$INSTDIR\jhead" "%l" "$INSTDIR" -autorot $setPauseAfterDone'
Which calls the bat file ( https://github.com/savolai/JPEG-Autorotate/blob/master/autooperatedir.bat (
which pretty much only calls jhead and nothing else.
%1 %4 %2\*.jpg %1 = $INSTDIR\jhead %4 = -autorot %2 = directory path
If you want me to add any parameters of jhead, I can add parameters of course. Or if you can send a patch on github, that would be great. I don't really have much time to work on JPEG autorotate and would love someone to take its maintenance over on github.