pbmto10x(1) General Commands Manual pbmto10x(1)NAME
pbmto10x - convert a portable bitmap into Gemini 10X printer graphics
pbmto10x [-h] [pbmfile]
Reads a portable bitmap as input. Produces a file of Gemini 10X printer graphics as output. The 10x's printer codes are alleged to be
similar to the Epson codes.
Note that there is no 10xtopbm tool - this transformation is one way.
The resolution is normally 60H by 72V. If the -h flag is specified, resolution is 120H by 144V. You may find it useful to rotate land-
scape images before printing.
SEE ALSO pbm(5)AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1990 by Ken Yap
1 January 1990 pbmto10x(1)
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pbmtoepsi(1) General Commands Manual pbmtoepsi(1)NAME
pbmtoepsi - convert a portable bitmap into an encapsulated PostScript style preview bitmap
pbmtoepsi [-bbonly] [pbmfile]
Reads a portable bitmap as input. Produce an encapsulated Postscript style bitmap as output. The output is not a stand alone postscript
file, it is only a preview bitmap, which can be included in an encapsulated PostScript file. Note that there is no epsitopbm tool - this
transformation is one way.
This utility is a part of the pstoepsi tool by Doug Crabill (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Only create a boundary box, don't fill it with the image.
SEE ALSO pbm(5), pnmtops(1), pstopnm(1), psidtopgm(1), pbmtolps(1), ps(1)AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1988 Jef Poskanzer, modified by Doug Crabill 1992
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