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I'd rotate the graphics before-hand and restore afterwards:
#!/usr/bin/perl use PDF::API2; my $img1="../first.gif"; my $pdffile="../sample.pdf"; my $pdf = PDF::API2->new( -file => "$pdffile" ); my $page1 = $pdf->page; $page1->mediabox('A4'); my $photo1 = $page1->gfx; my $photo_file1 = $pdf->image_gif($img1); $photo1->save; $photo1->transform( -rotate => 45, -translate => [my $_x = 100, my $_y = 50], ); $photo1->image( $photo_file1,50,360,510,250); $photo1->restore; $pdf->saveas($pdffile); $pdf->end();
There's likely to also be some translation involved depending on what corner you want to pivot from.

In reply to Re: How to rotate images in PDF:API2 module? by snoopy
in thread How to rotate images in PDF:API2 module? by vasanthgk91

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