iPhone UIImagePicker Camera in Landscape Orientation

Is there any good way to set UIImagePicker to landscape orientation? I tried to call setStatusBarOrientation after presentModalViewController like following,

[self presentModalViewController:picker animated:YES]; [[UIApplication sharedApplication] setStatusBarOrientation: UIInterfaceOrientationLandscapeRight animated: NO ];

However, the video duration view (00:00) on the right corner didn't rotate as orientation changed.

Answer1:

Unfortunately, according to the documentation, the image picker only supports portrait mode.

Answer2:

Apple doesn't support landscape for camera view. If you want anything shown as customised then add overlay view on it & transform that view to look as landscape view. @Note:-overlay is also add as portrait thats why transformation needed.

Answer3:

I was able to create landscape camera view using the following code:

[self.view insertSubview:self.imagePicker.view atIndex:0]; self.imagePicker.view.transform = CGAffineTransformScale ( CGAffineTransformTranslate( CGAffineTransformMakeRotation(M_PI/2), -90, -15), 1.2,1.2) ;

Note that I am directly adding the imagePicker's view to the current view, not calling it as a modal.

self.imagePicker.view.transform seems to respond as expected to all CGAffineTransform function calls, though I can't speak to whether or not Apple approves of this method.

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