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IMGINFO(1)							    IMGINFO(1)

NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     imginfo - obtain information about	image files

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     imginfo [-gui] [-nofork] [-verbose] img-file[:index] ...

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     imginfo prints information	about image files with formats supported by
     the ImageVision Library.  The information includes: image dimensions in
     pixels, page size,	data type, dimension order, color model, minimum and
     maximum pixel values, file	format,	data compression and image description
     if	available.  The	following command line options are allowed:

     -gui      Runs in a graphical user	interface mode that shows the
	       information in a	separate window, along with a reduced view of
	       the image data.	In this	mode, only the first file argument is

     -nofork   Specifies that the application should run in the	foreground,
	       when invoked from the shell. The	default	is to fork and run in
	       the background during startup.  This is only relevant when -gui
	       is specified.

     -verbose  This option gives a more	detailed description of	the image
	       files; verbose is the default when only a single	image file
	       argument	is specified.  When more than one file argument	is
	       supplied, the default is	to print only a	single line of
	       information, giving the image file type and size.

     In	addition the standard X	Window command line arguements like -geometry
     and -iconic are recognized.

     The optional index	after a	file name is useful on multi-resolution	images
     like Photo	CD, to show information	only on	the desired sub-image.	By
     default information for all sub-images will be listed.  In	graphical mode
     the information for each sub-image	is selected via	a multi-chioce button.

RESOURCES    [Toc]    [Back]

     imginfo understands the following X resources:

	  Specifies the	preferred size and location of the imgview window.

	  If specified as True then imginfo will behave	as if the command line
	  switch of the	same name had been specified.

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IMGINFO(1)							    IMGINFO(1)

NOTES    [Toc]    [Back]

     The supported image file formats depend on	which file formats are
     currently installed.  The installed formats can be	listed with the
     imgformats(1) command.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

     imgview(1), imgcopy(1), imgworks(1), imgformats(1)

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