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Pamtopdbimg User Manual(0)					       Pamtopdbimg User Manual(0)

       pamtodbimg - convert a Netpbm image to a Palm Pilot Image Viewer PDB Image


       [-notefile=filename]   [-title=text]   [-compressed]   [-uncompressed]  [-maybecompressed]


       This program is part of Netpbm(1)

       pamtopdbimg reads a Netpbm image as input and produced a Palm  Pilot  Image  Viewer  image
       (and Image record in a PDB file) as output.

       If  the	Neptbm	image  is black and white, the Pilot image is monochrome.  Otherwise, the
       Pilot image is either 4-level or 16-level grayscale, depending on the -4depth option.

	      The title of the image, to be included in the image.



	      You may specify only one of these.  -compressed says to generate the image in  com-
	      pressed  format.	 -uncompressed says to generate the image in uncompressed format.
	      -maybecompressed says to generate whichever  format  is  smaller	(the  compression
	      algorithm sometimes actually makes the data larger).

	      This  option  makes  pamtopdbimg create the image in 16-level grayscale (4 bits per
	      pixel) format.  If you don't specify this, pamtopdbimg uses  4-level  (2	bits  per
	      pixel) format.

	      This  option  has  no effect when the input is black and white (maxval 1).  In that
	      case, pamtopdbimg generates the monochrome (1 bit per pixel) format regardless.

	      Attach the note in the specified file to the image.

	      If you don't specify this, pamtopdbimg does not attach any note.

       pdbimgtopam(1) , palmtopnm(1) , pam(1) ,

       pamtopdbimg was new in Netpbm 10.52 (September 2010).   It  was	modelled  after  Eric  A.
       Howe's imgvtopbm package, which dates back to September 1997.

netpbm documentation			25 September 2010	       Pamtopdbimg User Manual(0)
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