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WEBPMUX(1)									       WEBPMUX(1)

NAME
       webpmux - command line tool to create WebP Mux/container file.

SYNOPSIS
       webpmux -get GET_OPTIONS INPUT -o OUTPUT
       webpmux -set SET_OPTIONS INPUT -o OUTPUT
       webpmux -strip STRIP_OPTIONS INPUT -o OUTPUT
       webpmux -frame FRAME_OPTIONS [ -frame ... ] [ -loop LOOP_COUNT ]
	       [ -bgcolor BACKGROUND_COLOR ] -o OUTPUT
       webpmux -info INPUT
       webpmux [-h|-help]
       webpmux -version

DESCRIPTION
       This manual page documents the webpmux command.

       webpmux	can  be used to create a WebP container file and extract/strip relevant data from
       the container file.

OPTIONS
   GET_OPTIONS (-get):
       icc    Get ICC profile.

       exif   Get EXIF metadata.

       xmp    Get XMP metadata.

       frame n
	      Get nth frame.

   SET_OPTIONS (-set)
       icc file.icc
	      Set ICC profile.

       Where: 'file.icc' contains the ICC profile to be set.

       exif file.exif
	      Set EXIF metadata.

       Where: 'file.exif' contains the EXIF metadata to be set.

       xmp file.xmp
	      Set XMP metadata.

       Where: 'file.xmp' contains the XMP metadata to be set.

   STRIP_OPTIONS (-strip)
       icc    Strip ICC profile.

       exif   Strip EXIF metadata.

       xmp    Strip XMP metadata.

   FRAME_OPTIONS (-frame)
       file_i +di[+xi+yi[+mi]]
	      Where: 'file_i' is the i'th frame (WebP format), 'xi','yi' specify the image offset
	      for  this  frame, 'di' is the pause duration before next frame and 'mi' is the dis-
	      pose method for this frame (0 for NONE or 1 for BACKGROUND).  Additionally, if 'mi'
	      is ommitted then'xi' and 'yi' can be omitted and will default to +0+0.

       -loop n
	      Loop  the  frames  n  number  of times. 0 indicates the frames should loop forever.
	      Valid range is 0 to 65535 [Default: 0 (infinite)].

       -bgcolor A,R,G,B
	      Background color of the canvas.
	      where: 'A', 'R', 'G' and 'B' are integers in the range  0  to  255  specifying  the
	      Alpha,	Red,   Green   and   Blue   component	values	 respectively	[Default:
	      255,255,255,255].

   INPUT
       Input file in WebP format.

   OUTPUT (-o)
       Output file in WebP format.

   Note:
       The nature of EXIF, XMP and ICC data is not checked and is assumed to be valid.

BUGS
       Please report all bugs to our issue tracker: http://code.google.com/p/webp/issues
       Patches welcome! See this page to  get  started:  http://www.webmproject.org/code/contrib-
       ute/submitting-patches/

EXAMPLES
       webpmux -set icc image_profile.icc in.webp -o icc_container.webp
       webpmux -get icc icc_container.webp -o image_profile.icc
       webpmux -strip icc icc_container.webp -o without_icc.webp
       webpmux -set xmp image_metadata.xmp in.webp -o xmp_container.webp
       webpmux -get xmp xmp_container.webp -o image_metadata.xmp
       webpmux -strip xmp xmp_container.webp -o without_xmp.webp
       webpmux -set exif image_metadata.exif in.webp -o exif_container.webp
       webpmux -get exif exif_container.webp -o image_metadata.exif
       webpmux -strip exif exif_container.webp -o without_exif.webp
       webpmux -frame anim_1.webp +100 -frame anim_2.webp +100+50+50 -loop 10
	       -bgcolor 255,255,255,255 -o anim_container.webp
       webpmux -get frame 2 anim_container.webp -o frame_2.webp

AUTHORS
       webpmux is written by the WebP team.
       The latest source tree is available at http://www.webmproject.org/code

       This  manual  page  was	written  by  Vikas Arora <vikaas.arora@gmail.com>, for the Debian
       project (and may be used by others).

SEE ALSO
       dwebp(1), cwebp(1), gif2webp(1).
       Please refer to http://developers.google.com/speed/webp/ for additional information.

					  March 16, 2013			       WEBPMUX(1)
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