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Ppmtopj User Manual(0)							   Ppmtopj User Manual(0)

       ppmtopj - convert a PPM image to an HP PaintJet file


       [-gamma val]

       [-xpos val]

       [-ypos val]

       [-back {dark|lite}]



       [-render  { none | snap | bw | dither | diffuse | monodither | monodiffuse | clusterdither
       | monoclusterdither }]


       This program is part of Netpbm(1)

       ppmtopj reads a PPM image as input and converts it into a format suitable to be printed by
       an HP PaintJet printer.

       For  best  results, the input file should be in 8-color RGB form; i.e. it should have only
       the 8 binary combinations of full-on and full-off primaries.  You could convert your input
       to this format like this:

	   pamseq 3 1 testimg.ppm >8color.pam
	   pnmremap -map 8color.pam testimg.pam | ppmtopj

       Or you could use
	   ppmdither -red 2 -green 2 -blue 2

       -rle   Run length encode the image.  (This can result in larger images)

       -back  Enhance the foreground by indicating if the background is light or dark compared to
	      the foreground.

       -render alg
	      Use an internal rendering algorithm (default dither).

       -gamma int
	      Gamma correct the image using the integer int as a gamma (default 0).

	      Center the image to an 8.5 by 11 page

       -xpos pos
	      Move by pos pixels in the x direction.

       -ypos pos
	      Move by pos pixels in the y direction.

       HP PaintJet XL Color Graphics Printer User's Guide, pnmtopclxl.html(1) , pjtoppm.html(1) ,
       pamdepth(1)  ,  pnmremap(1)  ,  pamseq(1)  , ppmdither(1) , pbmtolj.html(1) , ppmtolj(1) ,
       thinkjettopbm(1) , ppm(1)

       Copyright (C) 1991 by Christos Zoulas.

netpbm documentation			   13 July 1991 		   Ppmtopj User Manual(0)
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