Taxes: EU VAT

I’ve been avoiding taking care of taxes for the first few months so I could figure out whether there’s sustained demand for JPEG Autorotate paid licenses. Turns out, this is actual, though modest income for me. It’s not worth the work involved to devise a complex tax scheme. EU VAT still needs to be paid… Read more Taxes: EU VAT

Changes in version 3.11

You can now click filenames in program output to see them in preview panel File path is now also shown in preview panel Pro: option to restore file modification date to what it was before rotating Pro: option to add limit for output size to guarantee performance The output limit setting can be found in… Read more Changes in version 3.11

Magazine review in Norwegian Komputer For Alle

Komputer For Alle‘s page for JPEG Autorotate online. What I love the most is that they’ve employed a graphic designer to come up with a cardboard box design for the product! The scanned article below is for JPEG Autorotate 2, which has no graphical user interface. Thanks to Hans Christian Ihlen of QuickInstaller for the… Read more Magazine review in Norwegian Komputer For Alle

Release day of JPEG Autorotate 3

… was yesterday. This was a peculiar side project. Phew! I can’t believe I’m still working on just getting peoples photos rotated the right way up. I thought I might as well build on what I had and fix particular issues people get reporting about. But here I am. What particularly bugged me was the… Read more Release day of JPEG Autorotate 3

JPEG Autorotate 3 : Birth pains

Earlier I thought it would be great to make JPEG Autorotate 3 A LOT faster (by making it use multiple processor cores), and to first index all the photos before rotating them so we could know how much work there is beforehand and show progress. Turns out, it wasn’t time for those features yet. Thanks… Read more JPEG Autorotate 3 : Birth pains

Experience: Alex Latham

First thought was, this is better than looking at a command line interface. Eyes were drawn to the big watch folder toggle, even if I have no idea what it is for. Interface looked nice and simple and it wasn’t hard to work out what options there were once a folder of photos had been… Read more Experience: Alex Latham