I was using gThumb version 3.2.7 for some time and I was particularly happy with option "Rotate Image Physically". Because I don't want to rely on EXIF photo rotation data.
Recently I bought better camera and I have bigger pictures. Now, when I try to use the physical rotation option, I'm getting error: "Error interpreting JPEG image Maximum supported image dimension is 65500 pixels".
Photo is 2150 x 3226 pixels. By the way it looks like mistake, previously I rotated images successfuly and they had 2304x1728=3981312 pixels. However, I don't want to resize it.
Is this corrected in later releases of gThumb?
Recently I installed latest Linux Mint on my laptop and I found I have gThumb 3.4.3 there. I wanted to test the rotation with this version, but I was supprised I can't find such option there.
Can I rotate physically my bigger photos with latest version of gThumb? If not, do you know other Linux software which can do this?