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TIFF2ICNS(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					      TIFF2ICNS(1)

NAME
tiff2icns -- converts TIFF to icns format SYNOPSIS
tiff2icns [-noLarge] infile [outfile] DESCRIPTION
tiff2icns can be used to convert TIFF images to 'icns' files used by Icon Services. Searches for 48, 32, 16, 128, 256, 512, and 1024 wide images (in that order) and converts them to icons. Doesn't do any scaling, doesn't gen- erate mini (12x12) icons. If no 32x32 image was found, and the -noLarge flag was not passed, one is generated by scaling the image. If no output file is specified, output is written to a file whose name is the input file name, with the original extension replaced by '.icns'. OPTIONS
-noLarge tiff2icns always creates a large 32x32 icon unless the -noLarge flag is passed. Mac OS X August 28, 2002 Mac OS X

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iconutil(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					       iconutil(1)

NAME
iconutil -- Utility to convert between '.iconset' and '.icns' files. SYNOPSIS
iconutil -c {icns | iconset} [-o file] file DESCRIPTION
iconutil converts between '.iconset' and '.icns' files. The tool takes a single source '.icns' file or '.iconset' and converts it to either a '.icns' or '.iconset' depending on the value of the -c flag's argument. It is possible to specify the name of the output file by passing the file path as the argument to the -o flag. If -o is not set iconutil will write converted '.icns' file or '.iconset' to the same directory as the source file using the same file name with the correct extension for the output type. OPTIONS
-c --convert {icns | iconset} Given the argument iconset, iconutil converts the source '.icns' file to an '.iconset'. The '.iconset' is saved in the same direc- tory as the source '.icns'. It is given the same file name as but with the '.iconset' file extension. If the argument is icns, iconutil converts the source '.iconset' to an '.icns'. The '.icns' is saved in the same directory as the source '.iconset'. It is given the same file name as the source file but with the '.iconset' file extension. -o --output Overrides the default output file name that iconutil uses to save the converted '.iconset' or '.icns' files. FILES
/usr/bin/iconutil Darwin May 31, 2019 Darwin
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