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Polar Cloud only does rotate 180 degrees (rotate Img = 1) as far as I see in the docs. I doubt there'll be any room for a full correspondence then since web browsers generally cannot do anything other than rotate the image. doing a rotate 90, 180, and 270 may be feasible but the reflections (flip H and flip V) won't be. flip H, if the term is used normally, is a reversal (mirror/reflection across a horizontal axis), flip V (aka, "flop") is a mirroring across a vertical axis, and rotate90 is rotate 90 degrees counter clockwise. So presently there's no correspondence between what the Polar Cloud has and what Octoprint has. For the moment, I could map onto the two we have (ie rotate 180 = (flip V && ! That would actually be correct in one case and closer in the other (not mirrored) and perhaps that other case isn't in use. For saved snapshots as well as snapshot viewing, the transform should work in all eight states.

I doubt there'll be any room for a full correspondence then since web browsers generally cannot do anything other than rotate the image. doing a rotate 90, 180, and 270 may be feasible but the reflections (flip H and flip V) won't be. Future version will also do the transforms in the video stream.

wrote: I have flip the camera image on Octo Pi, but when access via Polar Cloud I don't see options to flip / mirror / rotate the camera image.

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