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j2k_to_image(1) 					      converts jpeg2000 files						   j2k_to_image(1)

j2k_to_image - This program reads in a jpeg2000 image and converts it to another image type. It is part of the OpenJPEG library. Valid input image extensions are .j2k, .jp2, .j2c, .jpt Valid output image extensions are .bmp, .pgm, .pgx, .png, .pnm, .ppm, .raw, .tga, .tif . For PNG resp. TIF it needs libpng resp. libtiff .
j2k_to_image -i infile.j2k -o outfile.png j2k_to_image -ImgDir images/ -OutFor bmp j2k_to_image -h Print help message and exit See JPWL OPTIONS for special options
-i name (jpeg2000 input file name) -l n n is the maximum number of quality layers to decode. See LAYERS below) -o name (output file name with extension) -r n (n is the highest resolution level to be discarded. See REDUCTION below) -x name (use name as index file and fill it) -ImgDir directory_name (directory containing input files) -OutFor ext (extension for output files)
Options usable only if the library has been compiled with -DUSE_JPWL -W c[=Nc] (Nc is the number of expected components in the codestream; default:3) -W t[=Nt] (Nt is the maximum number of tiles in the codestream; default:8192) -W c[=Nc], t[=Nt] (same as above)
Set the number of highest resolution levels to be discarded. The image resolution is effectively divided by 2 to the power of the number of discarded levels. The reduce factor is limited by the smallest total number of decomposition levels among tiles.
Set the maximum number of quality layers to decode. If there are less quality layers than the specified number, all the quality layers are decoded.
Copyright (c) 2002-2007, Communications and Remote Sensing Laboratory, Universite catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium Copyright (c) 2002-2007, Professor Benoit Macq Copyright (c) 2001-2003, David Janssens Copyright (c) 2002-2003, Yannick Verschueren Copyright (c) 2003-2007, Francois-Olivier Devaux and Antonin Descampe Copyright (c) 2005, Herve Drolon, FreeImage Team Copyright (c) 2006-2007, Parvatha Elangovan
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