swfbbox(1) swftools swfbbox(1)NAME
swfbbox - Tool for playing around with SWF bounding boxes.
swfbbox [-OS] file.swf
This tool can, among others, recalculate some bounding boxes of SWFs in order to speed them up or make them smaller.
It can also dump the corners of the bounding boxes of all frames of a movie.
OPTIONS -h, --help
Print help and exit
Show movie bounding box (default)
Show recalculated (optimized/expanded) bounding box
Write out a new file using the recalculated header bounding box
Recalculate all object bounding boxes (except for the header)
Print out transformed bounding boxes
Clip bounding boxes to movie size
-o, --output filename
Set output filename to filename (for -O)
Be more verbose
Print program version and exit
Matthias Kramm <email@example.com>
swfbbox February 2012 swfbbox(1)
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extractbb, ebb - extract bounding box information from graphics files
extractbb [-v|-q] [-O] [-m|-x] file...
For each JPEG, PNG, or PDF file given on the command line, extractbb extracts the bounding box information and writes it into a file with
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OPTIONS -v Be verbose.
-q Be quiet.
-O Write output to standard output.
-m Write output in dvipdfm's ``bb'' format.
-x Write output in dvipdfmx's ``xbb'' format (default), which is the same as that used by pdfTeX.
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The original ebb (from dvipdfm) ignored density information in bitmap images, and generated bounding boxes with 100px = 72bp = 1in. Unfor-
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There is currently no way to specify which bounding box is taken for PDF files. It will always be the first one from the following list:
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extractbb was written by the DVIPDFMx project team <firstname.lastname@example.org>, based on the program ebb by Mark A. Wicks.
This manual page was also written by the DVIPDFMx project team, based on a manual page Frank Kuster <email@example.com> wrote for the
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