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ausrichtung des iOS-UIImagePickerController-Ergebnisbildes nach dem Hochladen

Ich teste meine iPhone-Anwendung auf einem iOS 3.1.3-iPhone. Ich wähle ein Bild mit einer UIImagePickerController aus:

UIImagePickerController *imagePicker = [[UIImagePickerController alloc] init];
[imagePicker setSourceType:UIImagePickerControllerSourceTypeCamera];
[imagePicker setDelegate:self];
[self.navigationController presentModalViewController:imagePicker animated:YES];
[imagePicker release];



- (void)imagePickerController:(UIImagePickerController *)picker didFinishPickingMediaWithInfo:(NSDictionary *)info {
    self.image = [info objectForKey:UIImagePickerControllerOriginalImage];
    imageView.image = self.image;
    [self.navigationController dismissModalViewControllerAnimated:YES];
    submitButton.enabled = YES;
}

Ich schicke es dann irgendwann mit den ASI-Klassen an meinen Webserver:

ASIFormDataRequest *request = [ASIFormDataRequest requestWithURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@"http://example.com/myscript.php"]];
[request setDelegate:self];
[request setStringEncoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];
[request setShouldContinueWhenAppEntersBackground:YES];
//other post keys/values
[request setFile:UIImageJPEGRepresentation(self.image, 100.0f) withFileName:[NSString stringWithFormat:@"%d.jpg", [[NSDate date] timeIntervalSinceNow]] andContentType:@"image/jpg" forKey:@"imageFile"];
[request startAsynchronous];

das problem: wenn ich ein bild mit dem iphone mache, während ich es im Querformat halte, wird das Bild auf den Server hochgeladen und es wird so angezeigt, wie Sie es erwarten würden. Wenn Sie ein Foto mit dem Telefon im Hochformat aufnehmen, wird das Bild hochgeladen und so angezeigt, wie es um 90 Grad gedreht wurde.

meine Anwendung ist so eingestellt, dass sie nur im Hochformat (Upsideown und regulär) funktioniert.

Wie kann ich das Bild nach dem Hochladen immer in der richtigen Ausrichtung anzeigen lassen?

das Bild scheint korrekt zu sein, so wie es in einem UIImageView angezeigt wird (direkt nach dem Aufnehmen des Bildes). Die Anzeige auf dem Server sagt jedoch etwas anderes aus.

314
binnyb

Eine UIImage hat eine Eigenschaft imageOrientation, die die UIImageView und andere UIImage-Konsumenten anweist, die Rohbilddaten zu drehen. Es besteht eine gute Chance, dass dieses Flag in den Exif-Daten im hochgeladenen JPEG-Bild gespeichert wird, aber das Programm, mit dem Sie es anzeigen, berücksichtigt dieses Flag nicht.

Um die UIImage so zu drehen, dass sie beim Hochladen korrekt angezeigt wird, können Sie eine Kategorie wie diese verwenden:

UIImage + fixOrientation.h

@interface UIImage (fixOrientation)

- (UIImage *)fixOrientation;

@end

UIImage + fixOrientation.m

@implementation UIImage (fixOrientation)

- (UIImage *)fixOrientation {

    // No-op if the orientation is already correct
    if (self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientationUp) return self;

    // We need to calculate the proper transformation to make the image upright.
    // We do it in 2 steps: Rotate if Left/Right/Down, and then flip if Mirrored.
    CGAffineTransform transform = CGAffineTransformIdentity;

    switch (self.imageOrientation) {
        case UIImageOrientationDown:
        case UIImageOrientationDownMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, self.size.height);
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, M_PI);
            break;

        case UIImageOrientationLeft:
        case UIImageOrientationLeftMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, 0);
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, M_PI_2);
            break;

        case UIImageOrientationRight:
        case UIImageOrientationRightMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, 0, self.size.height);
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, -M_PI_2);
            break;
        case UIImageOrientationUp:
        case UIImageOrientationUpMirrored:
            break;
    }

    switch (self.imageOrientation) {
        case UIImageOrientationUpMirrored:
        case UIImageOrientationDownMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, 0);
            transform = CGAffineTransformScale(transform, -1, 1);
            break;

        case UIImageOrientationLeftMirrored:
        case UIImageOrientationRightMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.height, 0);
            transform = CGAffineTransformScale(transform, -1, 1);
            break;
        case UIImageOrientationUp:
        case UIImageOrientationDown:
        case UIImageOrientationLeft:
        case UIImageOrientationRight:
            break;
    }

    // Now we draw the underlying CGImage into a new context, applying the transform
    // calculated above.
    CGContextRef ctx = CGBitmapContextCreate(NULL, self.size.width, self.size.height,
                                             CGImageGetBitsPerComponent(self.CGImage), 0,
                                             CGImageGetColorSpace(self.CGImage),
                                             CGImageGetBitmapInfo(self.CGImage));
    CGContextConcatCTM(ctx, transform);
    switch (self.imageOrientation) {
        case UIImageOrientationLeft:
        case UIImageOrientationLeftMirrored:
        case UIImageOrientationRight:
        case UIImageOrientationRightMirrored:
            // Grr...
            CGContextDrawImage(ctx, CGRectMake(0,0,self.size.height,self.size.width), self.CGImage);
            break;

        default:
            CGContextDrawImage(ctx, CGRectMake(0,0,self.size.width,self.size.height), self.CGImage);
            break;
    }

    // And now we just create a new UIImage from the drawing context
    CGImageRef cgimg = CGBitmapContextCreateImage(ctx);
    UIImage *img = [UIImage imageWithCGImage:cgimg];
    CGContextRelease(ctx);
    CGImageRelease(cgimg);
    return img;
}

@end
505
Anomie

Ich habe eine viel einfachere herausgefunden:

- (UIImage *)normalizedImage {
    if (self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientationUp) return self; 

    UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(self.size, NO, self.scale);
    [self drawInRect:(CGRect){0, 0, self.size}];
    UIImage *normalizedImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext();
    UIGraphicsEndImageContext();
    return normalizedImage;
}

Übrigens: @ Anomies Code berücksichtigt scale nicht und funktioniert daher nicht für 2x Bilder.

233
an0

Hier ist eine schnelle Version der Antwort von @ an0:

func normalizedImage() -> UIImage {

  if (self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Up) { 
      return self;
  }

  UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(self.size, false, self.scale);
  let rect = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: self.size.width, height: self.size.height)
  self.drawInRect(rect)

  let normalizedImage : UIImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()
  UIGraphicsEndImageContext();
  return normalizedImage;
}

Auch in einer allgemeineren Funktion:

func fixOrientation(img:UIImage) -> UIImage {

  if (img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Up) { 
      return img;
  }

  UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(img.size, false, img.scale);
  let rect = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: img.size.width, height: img.size.height)
  img.drawInRect(rect)

  let normalizedImage : UIImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()
  UIGraphicsEndImageContext();
  return normalizedImage;

}

Swift 3 Version:

func fixOrientation(img: UIImage) -> UIImage {
    if (img.imageOrientation == .up) {
        return img
    }

    UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(img.size, false, img.scale)
    let rect = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: img.size.width, height: img.size.height)
    img.draw(in: rect)

    let normalizedImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()!
    UIGraphicsEndImageContext()

    return normalizedImage
}
110
prajna

Lösung für Swift 3.1 für Orientierungsproblem beim Aufnehmen des Bildes von der Kamera.

Ich habe die Lösung von jake und Metal Heart aktualisiert

UIImage Erweiterung

//MARK:- Image Orientation fix

extension UIImage {

    func fixOrientation() -> UIImage {

        // No-op if the orientation is already correct
        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.up ) {
            return self;
        }

        // We need to calculate the proper transformation to make the image upright.
        // We do it in 2 steps: Rotate if Left/Right/Down, and then flip if Mirrored.
        var transform: CGAffineTransform = CGAffineTransform.identity

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.down || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.downMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: self.size.width, y: self.size.height)
            transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(Double.pi))
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.left || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: self.size.width, y: 0)
            transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(Double.pi / 2.0))
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.right || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: 0, y: self.size.height);
            transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(-Double.pi / 2.0));
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.upMirrored || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.downMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: self.size.width, y: 0)
            transform = transform.scaledBy(x: -1, y: 1)
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: self.size.height, y: 0);
            transform = transform.scaledBy(x: -1, y: 1);
        }

        // Now we draw the underlying CGImage into a new context, applying the transform
        // calculated above.
        let ctx: CGContext = CGContext(data: nil, width: Int(self.size.width), height: Int(self.size.height),
                                                      bitsPerComponent: self.cgImage!.bitsPerComponent, bytesPerRow: 0,
                                                      space: self.cgImage!.colorSpace!,
                                                      bitmapInfo: self.cgImage!.bitmapInfo.rawValue)!;

        ctx.concatenate(transform)

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.left ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.right ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored ) {
            ctx.draw(self.cgImage!, in: CGRect(x: 0,y: 0,width: self.size.height,height: self.size.width))
        } else {
            ctx.draw(self.cgImage!, in: CGRect(x: 0,y: 0,width: self.size.width,height: self.size.height))
        }

        // And now we just create a new UIImage from the drawing context and return it
        return UIImage(cgImage: ctx.makeImage()!)
    }
}

Swift 2.0

//MARK:- Image Orientation fix

extension UIImage {

    func fixOrientation() -> UIImage {

        // No-op if the orientation is already correct
        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Up ) {
            return self;
        }

        // We need to calculate the proper transformation to make the image upright.
        // We do it in 2 steps: Rotate if Left/Right/Down, and then flip if Mirrored.
        var transform: CGAffineTransform = CGAffineTransformIdentity

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Down || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.DownMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, self.size.height)
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, CGFloat(M_PI))
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Left || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, 0)
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, CGFloat(M_PI_2))
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Right || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, 0, self.size.height);
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform,  CGFloat(-M_PI_2));
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.UpMirrored || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.DownMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, 0)
            transform = CGAffineTransformScale(transform, -1, 1)
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.height, 0);
            transform = CGAffineTransformScale(transform, -1, 1);
        }

        // Now we draw the underlying CGImage into a new context, applying the transform
        // calculated above.
        let ctx: CGContextRef = CGBitmapContextCreate(nil, Int(self.size.width), Int(self.size.height),
            CGImageGetBitsPerComponent(self.CGImage), 0,
            CGImageGetColorSpace(self.CGImage),
            CGImageGetBitmapInfo(self.CGImage).rawValue)!;

        CGContextConcatCTM(ctx, transform)

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Left ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Right ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored ) {
                CGContextDrawImage(ctx, CGRectMake(0,0,self.size.height,self.size.width), self.CGImage)
        } else {
            CGContextDrawImage(ctx, CGRectMake(0,0,self.size.width,self.size.height), self.CGImage)
        }

        // And now we just create a new UIImage from the drawing context and return it
        return UIImage(CGImage: CGBitmapContextCreateImage(ctx)!)
    }
}

Verwenden Sie diese UIImage-Erweiterung in Ihrem Code:

let fixOrientationImage = chosenImage.fixOrientation ()

platzieren Sie dies in Ihren Delegat-Methoden der Bildauswahl wie folgt

Swift 3.1

//MARK: Image Picker Delegates
    func imagePickerController(
        _ picker: UIImagePickerController,
        didFinishPickingMediaWithInfo info: [String : Any]){
        let chosenImage = info[UIImagePickerControllerOriginalImage] as! UIImage
        profileImg.contentMode = .scaleAspectFill
        let fixOrientationImage=chosenImage.fixOrientation()
        profileImg.image = fixOrientationImage

        dismiss(animated: true, completion: nil)
    }

Swift 2.0

//MARK: Image Picker Delegates
    func imagePickerController(
        picker: UIImagePickerController,
        didFinishPickingMediaWithInfo info: [String : AnyObject])
    {
        let chosenImage = info[UIImagePickerControllerOriginalImage] as! UIImage
        profileImg.contentMode = .ScaleAspectFill
        **//Fix the image orientation**
         let fixOrientationImage=chosenImage.fixOrientation()
        profileImg.image = fixOrientationImage

        dismissViewControllerAnimated(true, completion: nil)
    }
39
Sourabh Sharma

in Swift;)

UPDATE Swift 3.0: D

func sFunc_imageFixOrientation(img:UIImage) -> UIImage {


    // No-op if the orientation is already correct
    if (img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.up) {
        return img;
    }
    // We need to calculate the proper transformation to make the image upright.
    // We do it in 2 steps: Rotate if Left/Right/Down, and then flip if Mirrored.
    var transform:CGAffineTransform = CGAffineTransform.identity

    if (img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.down
        || img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.downMirrored) {

        transform = transform.translatedBy(x: img.size.width, y: img.size.height)
        transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(M_PI))
    }

    if (img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.left
        || img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored) {

        transform = transform.translatedBy(x: img.size.width, y: 0)
        transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(M_PI_2))
    }

    if (img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.right
        || img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored) {

        transform = transform.translatedBy(x: 0, y: img.size.height);
        transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(-M_PI_2));
    }

    if (img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.upMirrored
        || img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.downMirrored) {

        transform = transform.translatedBy(x: img.size.width, y: 0)
        transform = transform.scaledBy(x: -1, y: 1)
    }

    if (img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored
        || img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored) {

        transform = transform.translatedBy(x: img.size.height, y: 0);
        transform = transform.scaledBy(x: -1, y: 1);
    }


    // Now we draw the underlying CGImage into a new context, applying the transform
    // calculated above.
    let ctx:CGContext = CGContext(data: nil, width: Int(img.size.width), height: Int(img.size.height),
                                  bitsPerComponent: img.cgImage!.bitsPerComponent, bytesPerRow: 0,
                                  space: img.cgImage!.colorSpace!,
                                  bitmapInfo: img.cgImage!.bitmapInfo.rawValue)!

    ctx.concatenate(transform)


    if (img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.left
        || img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored
        || img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.right
        || img.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored
        ) {


        ctx.draw(img.cgImage!, in: CGRect(x:0,y:0,width:img.size.height,height:img.size.width))

    } else {
        ctx.draw(img.cgImage!, in: CGRect(x:0,y:0,width:img.size.width,height:img.size.height))
    }


    // And now we just create a new UIImage from the drawing context
    let cgimg:CGImage = ctx.makeImage()!
    let imgEnd:UIImage = UIImage(cgImage: cgimg)

    return imgEnd
}
24
MetalHeart2003

Ich habe diese Seite beim Entwerfen meiner App zum Aufnehmen von Bildern verwendet. Ich habe festgestellt, dass die folgende Methode die Ausrichtung korrigiert und weniger Speicher und Prozessor als die vorherigen Antworten verwendet:

CGImageRef cgRef = image.CGImage;
image = [[UIImage alloc] initWithCGImage:cgRef scale:1.0 orientation:UIImageOrientationUp];

Im Grunde werden nur die tatsächlichen Bilddaten mit einer neuen Ausrichtung neu geschrieben. Ich habe den Code von @ an0 verwendet, aber er erzeugt ein neues Bild im Speicher, das ein 3264x2448-Bild belasten kann, das Sie möglicherweise von einer Kamera erhalten.

12
Erroneous

Wenn Sie die Bearbeitung aktivieren, wird das bearbeitete Bild (im Gegensatz zum Original) wie erwartet ausgerichtet:

UIImagePickerController *imagePickerController = [[UIImagePickerController alloc] init];
imagePickerController.allowsEditing = YES;
// set delegate and present controller

- (void)imagePickerController:(UIImagePickerController *)picker didFinishPickingMediaWithInfo:(NSDictionary *)info {
    UIImage *photo = [info valueForKey:UIImagePickerControllerEditedImage];
    // do whatever
}

Wenn Sie die Bearbeitung aktivieren, kann der Benutzer das Bild verkleinern und verschieben, bevor Sie auf "Foto verwenden" tippen

10
Jon

Dies habe ich zum Fixieren von Orientierungsproblemen gefunden

UIImage *initialImage = [info objectForKey:@"UIImagePickerControllerOriginalImage"];
NSData *data = UIImagePNGRepresentation(self.initialImage);

UIImage *tempImage = [UIImage imageWithData:data];
UIImage *fixedOrientationImage = [UIImage imageWithCGImage:tempImage.CGImage
                                     scale:initialImage.scale
                               orientation:self.initialImage.imageOrientation];
initialImage = fixedOrientationImage;

BEARBEITEN:

UIImage *initialImage = [info objectForKey:@"UIImagePickerControllerOriginalImage"];
NSData *data = UIImagePNGRepresentation(self.initialImage);

initialImage = [UIImage imageWithCGImage:[UIImage imageWithData:data].CGImage
                                                     scale:initialImage.scale
                                               orientation:self.initialImage.imageOrientation];
5
Shekhar Gupta

Update für Swift 3.1 basierend auf der Antwort von Sourabh Sharma mit Code bereinigen.

extension UIImage {
    func fixedOrientation() -> UIImage {
        if imageOrientation == .up { return self }

        var transform:CGAffineTransform = .identity
        switch imageOrientation {
        case .down, .downMirrored:
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: size.width, y: size.height).rotated(by: .pi)
        case .left, .leftMirrored:
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: size.width, y: 0).rotated(by: .pi/2)
        case .right, .rightMirrored:
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: 0, y: size.height).rotated(by: -.pi/2)
        default: break
        }

        switch imageOrientation {
        case .upMirrored, .downMirrored:
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: size.width, y: 0).scaledBy(x: -1, y: 1)
        case .leftMirrored, .rightMirrored:
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: size.height, y: 0).scaledBy(x: -1, y: 1)
        default: break
        }

        let ctx = CGContext(data: nil, width: Int(size.width), height: Int(size.height),
                                       bitsPerComponent: cgImage!.bitsPerComponent, bytesPerRow: 0,
                                       space: cgImage!.colorSpace!, bitmapInfo: cgImage!.bitmapInfo.rawValue)!
        ctx.concatenate(transform)

        switch imageOrientation {
        case .left, .leftMirrored, .right, .rightMirrored:
            ctx.draw(cgImage!, in: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: size.height,height: size.width))
        default:
            ctx.draw(cgImage!, in: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: size.width,height: size.height))
        }
        return UIImage(cgImage: ctx.makeImage()!)
    }
}

Beispiel für eine Delegierungsmethode:

func imagePickerController(_ picker: UIImagePickerController, didFinishPickingMediaWithInfo info: [String : Any]) {
    guard let originalImage = info[UIImagePickerControllerOriginalImage] as? UIImage else { return }
    let fixedImage = originalImage.fixedOrientation()
    // do your work
}
4
Yaroslav

Hier ist eine UIImage-Erweiterung in Swift 2 basierend auf der akzeptierten Antwort von @Anomie. Es verwendet ein klareres Schaltergehäuse. Es berücksichtigt auch den optionalen Wert, der von CGBitmapContextCreateImage() zurückgegeben wird.

extension UIImage {
    func rotateImageByOrientation() -> UIImage {
        // No-op if the orientation is already correct
        guard self.imageOrientation != .Up else {
            return self
        }

        // We need to calculate the proper transformation to make the image upright.
        // We do it in 2 steps: Rotate if Left/Right/Down, and then flip if Mirrored.
        var transform = CGAffineTransformIdentity;

        switch (self.imageOrientation) {
        case .Down, .DownMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, self.size.height)
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, CGFloat(M_PI))

        case .Left, .LeftMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, 0)
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, CGFloat(M_PI_2))

        case .Right, .RightMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, 0, self.size.height)
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, CGFloat(-M_PI_2))

        default:
            break
        }

        switch (self.imageOrientation) {
        case .UpMirrored, .DownMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, 0)
            transform = CGAffineTransformScale(transform, -1, 1)

        case .LeftMirrored, .RightMirrored:
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.height, 0)
            transform = CGAffineTransformScale(transform, -1, 1)

        default:
            break
        }

        // Now we draw the underlying CGImage into a new context, applying the transform
        // calculated above.
        let ctx = CGBitmapContextCreate(nil, Int(self.size.width), Int(self.size.height),
            CGImageGetBitsPerComponent(self.CGImage), 0,
            CGImageGetColorSpace(self.CGImage),
            CGImageGetBitmapInfo(self.CGImage).rawValue)
        CGContextConcatCTM(ctx, transform)
        switch (self.imageOrientation) {
        case .Left, .LeftMirrored, .Right, .RightMirrored:
            CGContextDrawImage(ctx, CGRectMake(0,0,self.size.height,self.size.width), self.CGImage)

        default:
            CGContextDrawImage(ctx, CGRectMake(0,0,self.size.width,self.size.height), self.CGImage)
        }

        // And now we just create a new UIImage from the drawing context
        if let cgImage = CGBitmapContextCreateImage(ctx) {
            return UIImage(CGImage: cgImage)
        } else {
            return self
        }
    }
}
3
elegance66

Swift 4.1 Version von @an0s Lösung:

extension UIImage {
    func upOrientationImage() -> UIImage? {
        switch imageOrientation {
        case .up:
            return self
        default:
            UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(size, false, scale)
            draw(in: CGRect(Origin: .zero, size: size))
            let result = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()
            UIGraphicsEndImageContext()
            return result
        }
    }
}
3
0xa6a

Hier ist die UIImage-Erweiterung für Swift:

extension UIImage {

    func fixOrientation() -> UIImage {

        // No-op if the orientation is already correct
        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Up ) {
            return self;
        }

        // We need to calculate the proper transformation to make the image upright.
        // We do it in 2 steps: Rotate if Left/Right/Down, and then flip if Mirrored.
        var transform: CGAffineTransform = CGAffineTransformIdentity

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Down || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.DownMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, self.size.height)
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, CGFloat(M_PI))
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Left || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, 0)
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform, CGFloat(M_PI_2))
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Right || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, 0, self.size.height);
            transform = CGAffineTransformRotate(transform,  CGFloat(-M_PI_2));
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.UpMirrored || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.DownMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.width, 0)
            transform = CGAffineTransformScale(transform, -1, 1)
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored ) {
            transform = CGAffineTransformTranslate(transform, self.size.height, 0);
            transform = CGAffineTransformScale(transform, -1, 1);
        }

        // Now we draw the underlying CGImage into a new context, applying the transform
        // calculated above.
        var ctx: CGContextRef = CGBitmapContextCreate(nil, Int(self.size.width), Int(self.size.height),
            CGImageGetBitsPerComponent(self.CGImage), 0,
            CGImageGetColorSpace(self.CGImage),
            CGImageGetBitmapInfo(self.CGImage));

        CGContextConcatCTM(ctx, transform)

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Left ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.Right ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored ) {
                CGContextDrawImage(ctx, CGRectMake(0,0,self.size.height,self.size.width), self.CGImage)
        } else {
            CGContextDrawImage(ctx, CGRectMake(0,0,self.size.width,self.size.height), self.CGImage)
        }

        // And now we just create a new UIImage from the drawing context and return it
        return UIImage(CGImage: CGBitmapContextCreateImage(ctx))!
    }
}

Basierend auf früheren Arbeiten von MetalHeart2003 ..

2
jake1981

Dieses Problem ist bei Bildern aufgetreten, die von der Kamera aufgenommen oder in der Kamerarolle gespeichert wurden und von der Kamera aufgenommen wurden. Bilder, die in der Fotobibliothek aus dem Safari-Browser heruntergeladen wurden, werden beim Hochladen nicht gedreht.

Ich konnte dieses Problem lösen, indem ich die Bilddaten vor dem Hochladen als JPEG erstellte.

let image = info[UIImagePickerControllerOriginalImage] as! UIImage        
let data = UIImageJPEGRepresentation(image, 1.0)

Wir können die Daten jetzt zum Hochladen verwenden und das Bild wird nach dem Hochladen nicht gedreht.

Hoffe das wird funktionieren.

1
Teena nath Paul
@an0, thanks for the answer!
The only thing is autoreleasepool: 

func fixOrientation(img: UIImage) -> UIImage? {

    let result: UIImage?
    if img.imageOrientation == .up {
        result = img
    } else {

        result = autoreleasepool { () -> UIImage? in
            UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(img.size, false, img.scale)
            let rect = CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: img.size.width, height: img.size.height)
            img.draw(in: rect)

            let normalizedImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()
            UIGraphicsEndImageContext()

            return normalizedImage
        }
    }

    return result
}
0

Ich erreiche dies, indem ich unter ein paar Zeilen Code schreibe

extension UIImage {

    public func correctlyOrientedImage() -> UIImage {
        if self.imageOrientation == UIImage.Orientation.up {
            return self
        }

        UIGraphicsBeginImageContextWithOptions(self.size, false, self.scale)
        self.draw(in: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: self.size.width, height: self.size.height))
        let normalizedImage:UIImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()!;
        UIGraphicsEndImageContext();

        return normalizedImage;
    }
}
0
sushmit yadav

Hier ist der Swift-4.2-Code zum automatischen Korrigieren der Bildausrichtung Gibt UIImage zurück

func AutofixImageOrientation(_ image: UIImage)->UIImage {

    UIGraphicsBeginImageContext(image.size)

    image.draw(at: .zero)

    let newImage = UIGraphicsGetImageFromCurrentImageContext()

    UIGraphicsEndImageContext()

    return newImage ?? image
}
0
Prashanth Pasi

Swift 3-Version basierend auf @ jake1981, die es von @ MetalHeart2003 übernommen hat

extension UIImage {

    func fixOrientation() -> UIImage {

        // No-op if the orientation is already correct
        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.up ) {
            return self;
        }

        // We need to calculate the proper transformation to make the image upright.
        // We do it in 2 steps: Rotate if Left/Right/Down, and then flip if Mirrored.

        var transform: CGAffineTransform = CGAffineTransform.identity

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.down || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.downMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: self.size.width, y: self.size.height)
            transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(M_PI))
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.left || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: self.size.width, y: 0)
            transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(M_PI_2))
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.right || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: 0, y: self.size.height);
            transform = transform.rotated(by: CGFloat(-M_PI_2));
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.upMirrored || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.downMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: self.size.width, y: 0)
            transform = transform.scaledBy(x: -1, y: 1)
        }

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored || self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored ) {
            transform = transform.translatedBy(x: self.size.height, y: 0);
            transform = transform.scaledBy(x: -1, y: 1);
        }

        // Now we draw the underlying CGImage into a new context, applying the transform
        // calculated above.
        let ctx: CGContext = CGContext(data: nil, width: Int(self.size.width), height: Int(self.size.height),
                                       bitsPerComponent: self.cgImage!.bitsPerComponent, bytesPerRow: 0,
                                       space: self.cgImage!.colorSpace!,
                                       bitmapInfo: self.cgImage!.bitmapInfo.rawValue)!
        ctx.concatenate(transform)

        if ( self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.left ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.leftMirrored ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.right ||
            self.imageOrientation == UIImageOrientation.rightMirrored ) {

            ctx.draw(self.cgImage!, in: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: self.size.height, height: self.size.width))
        } else {
            ctx.draw(self.cgImage!, in: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: self.size.width, height: self.size.height))
        }

        // And now we just create a new UIImage from the drawing context and return it
        return UIImage(cgImage: ctx.makeImage()!)

    }
}
0
Faisal

Ich habe dies in Xamarin umgesetzt:

private static UIImage FixImageOrientation(UIImage image)
    {
        if (image.Orientation == UIImageOrientation.Up)
        {
            return image;
        }

        var transform = CGAffineTransform.MakeIdentity();

        float pi = (float)Math.PI;

        switch (image.Orientation)
        {
            case UIImageOrientation.Down:
            case UIImageOrientation.DownMirrored:
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Translate(transform, image.Size.Width, image.Size.Height);
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Rotate(transform, pi);
                break;

            case UIImageOrientation.Left:
            case UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored:
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Translate(transform, image.Size.Width, 0);
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Rotate(transform, pi / 2);
                break;

            case UIImageOrientation.Right:
            case UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored:
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Translate(transform, 0, image.Size.Height);
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Rotate(transform, -(pi / 2));
                break;
        }

        switch (image.Orientation)
        {
            case UIImageOrientation.UpMirrored:
            case UIImageOrientation.DownMirrored:
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Translate(transform, image.Size.Width, 0);
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Scale(transform, -1, 1);
                break;

            case UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored:
            case UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored:
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Translate(transform, image.Size.Height, 0);
                transform = CGAffineTransform.Scale(transform, -1, 1);
                break;
        }

        var ctx = new CGBitmapContext(null, (nint)image.Size.Width, (nint)image.Size.Height, image.CGImage.BitsPerComponent,
            image.CGImage.BytesPerRow, image.CGImage.ColorSpace, image.CGImage.BitmapInfo);

        ctx.ConcatCTM(transform);

        switch (image.Orientation)
        {
            case UIImageOrientation.Left:
            case UIImageOrientation.LeftMirrored:
            case UIImageOrientation.Right:
            case UIImageOrientation.RightMirrored:
                ctx.DrawImage(new CGRect(0, 0, image.Size.Height, image.Size.Width), image.CGImage);
                break;

            default:
                ctx.DrawImage(new CGRect(0, 0, image.Size.Width, image.Size.Height), image.CGImage);
                break;
        }

        var cgimg = ctx.ToImage();
        var img = new UIImage(cgimg);

        ctx.Dispose();
        ctx = null;
        cgimg.Dispose();
        cgimg = null;

        return img;
    }

Wenn ich es verstehe, wollen Sie die Ausrichtung des UIImage ignorieren? Wenn ja, dann könnten Sie folgendes tun:

//image is your original image
image = [UIImage imageWithCGImage:[image CGImage]
                             scale:[image scale]
                       orientation: UIImageOrientationUp];

oder in Swift: -

image = UIImage(CGImage: image.CGImage!, scale: image.scale, orientation:.Up)

Es hat mein Problem beim Zuschneiden gelöst .. Hoffe, das ist es, wonach du suchst ..

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Meet Doshi