Rotate on center

Rotate the buffer around its center, taking care of possible offsets.
Sampler
Sampler used internally
name: sampler type: enum
Clip to input
Force output bounding box to be input bounding box.
name: clip-to-input type: boolean default: False
Degrees
Angle to rotate (counter-clockwise)
name: degrees type: double default: 0.00 minimum: -inf maximum: +inf ui-minimum: -180.00 ui-maximum: 180.00 ui-gamma: 1.00 ui-step-small: 1.00 ui-step-big: 10.00 ui-digits: 2
origin-x
Ignored. Always uses center of input buffer
name: origin-x type: double default: 0.00 minimum: -inf maximum: +inf ui-minimum: -inf ui-maximum: +inf ui-gamma: 1.00 ui-step-small: 0.10 ui-step-big: 1.00 ui-digits: 1
origin-y
Ignored. Always uses center of input buffer
name: origin-y type: double default: 0.00 minimum: -inf maximum: +inf ui-minimum: -inf ui-maximum: +inf ui-gamma: 1.00 ui-step-small: 0.10 ui-step-big: 1.00 ui-digits: 1
name: gegl:rotate-on-center
pads: input output
parent-class: GeglOpPlugIn-transform-core
categories: transform
source: operations/transform/rotate-on-center.c
reference-chain: load path=images\/standard-input.png rotate-on-center degrees=30.0 clip-to-input=true
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