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  • How to make an animation.

  • How to change the speed of an existing animated gif.

  • How to composite two animations or remove a specific frame from an animation.

  • How to morph from one image to another.

  • How to composite (overlap) two images together.

  • How to crop (cut out) part of an image.

  • How to annotate (write on) an image.

  • How to resize an image.

  • How to emboss (relief) an image.

  • How to rotate an image.

  • How to flip (turns upside down) or flop (reverse) an image.








How to rotate an image using
Image Magick




  • Put the url of the image you want to rotate into the text field where it asks for the URL and hit the view button.


  • On the next page you will see the your image. In the status bar at the bottom of the screen you will see the width x height of your image. *Remember these dimensions* Go to the top of the screen and click on the Transform tab.


  • On the next page you can either use the rotate left or rotate right buttons and not have to use the parameter box.

    Rotate left will stand the image on its left side (-90 degrees) and the rotate right will stand the image on its right side (+90 degrees).


  • To rotate the image a specific amount click on the rotate button and for parameter you would use the following formula.
    {+-}{#}{><}

    + = positive degrees
    - = negative degrees
    # = number of degrees
    > = width is greater than height of image
    < = width is less than height of image

    If an images width were greater than its height and you wanted to rotate it positive 45 degrees you would use this
    Parameter
    +45>

    If an images width were less than its height and you wanted to rotate it positive 45 degrees you would use this
    Parameter
    +45<

    Next click where it says Press here to (transform) your image or (reset) the form.


  • On the next page you will see your rotated image. Go to the top of the screen and click on the Output tab.


  • On the next page fill in the following:

    Format: choose accordingly. If the rotated image is animated use gif.

    Storage type: choose single file unless the image is animated in which case you would choose multiple images per file.

    Next click where it says Press here to (output) your image or (reset) the form.


  • Now just click on the rendered image to get the url so you can transload it.