wp media fix-orientation
Fix image orientation for one or more attachments.
$ wp media fix-orientation [<attachment-id>...] [--dry-run]
- One or more IDs of the attachments to regenerate.
- Check images needing orientation without performing the operation.
# Fix orientation for all images. $ wp media fix-orientation 1/3 Fixing orientation for "Landscape_4" (ID 62). 2/3 Fixing orientation for "Landscape_3" (ID 61). 3/3 Fixing orientation for "Landscape_2" (ID 60). Success: Fixed 3 of 3 images. # Fix orientation dry run. $ wp media fix-orientation 63 -dry run 1/1 "Portrait_6" (ID 63) will be affected. Success: 1 of 1 image will be affected. # Fix orientation for specific images. $ wp media fix-orientation 63 1/1 Fixing orientation for "Portrait_6" (ID 63). Success: Fixed 1 of 1 images.
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