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BMP2TIFF(1)						      General Commands Manual						       BMP2TIFF(1)

NAME
bmp2tiff - create a TIFF file from a Microsoft Windows Device Independent Bitmap image file SYNOPSIS
bmp2tiff [ options ] input.bmp [ input2.bmp ... ] output.tiff DESCRIPTION
bmp2tiff converts a Microsoft Windows Device Independent Bitmap image file to TIFF. If several input BMP files are being specified the multipage TIFF output file will be created. By default, the TIFF image is created with data samples packed (PlanarConfiguration=1), com- pressed with the PackBits algorithm (Compression=32773), and with each strip no more than 8 kilobytes. These characteristics can overrid- den, or explicitly specified with the options described below. OPTIONS
-c Specify a compression scheme to use when writing image data: -c none for no compression, -c packbits for the PackBits compression algorithm (the default), -c jpeg for the baseline JPEG compression algorithm, -c zip for the Deflate compression algorithm, and -c lzw for Lempel-Ziv & Welch. -r number Write data with a specified number of rows per strip; by default the number of rows/strip is selected so that each strip is approxi- mately 8 kilobytes. SEE ALSO
gif2tiff(1), pal2rgb(1), ppm2tiff(1), raw2tiff(1), ras2tiff(1), sgi2tiff(1), libtiff(3TIFF) Libtiff library home page: http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/ libtiff 15 October, 2004 BMP2TIFF(1)

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SGI2TIFF(1)						      General Commands Manual						       SGI2TIFF(1)

NAME
sgi2tiff - create a TIFF file from an SGI image file SYNOPSIS
sgi2tiff [ options ] input.rgb output.tif DESCRIPTION
sgi2tiff converts a file in the SGI image format to TIFF. By default, the TIFF image is created with data samples packed (PlanarConfigura- tion=1), compressed with the Lempel-Ziv & Welch algorithm (Compression=5), and with each strip no more than 8 kilobytes. These character- istics can overridden, or explicitly specified with the options described below. OPTIONS
-c Specify a compression scheme to use when writing image data: -c none for no compression, -c packbits for the PackBits compression algorithm), -c jpeg for the baseline JPEG compression algorithm, -c zip for the Deflate compression algorithm, and -c lzw for Lem- pel-Ziv & Welch (the default). -p Explicitly select the planar configuration used in organizing data samples in the output image: -p contig for samples packed con- tiguously, and -p separate for samples stored separately. By default samples are packed. -r Write data with a specified number of rows per strip; by default the number of rows/strip is selected so that each strip is approxi- mately 8 kilobytes. BUGS
Does not record colormap information. SEE ALSO
tiffinfo(1), tiffcp(1), tiffmedian(1), libtiff(3) Libtiff library home page: http://www.remotesensing.org/libtiff/ libtiff November 2, 2005 SGI2TIFF(1)
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