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PCP(9.1)										 PCP(9.1)

       pcp - copy pictures

       fb/pcp [ -wx0 y0 x1 y1 ] [ -ox y ] [ -ttype ] [ -cchannels ] [ -Cchannels ] [ -mcolormap ]
       [ -M ] [ input [ output ] ]

       Pcp copies the input picture (default standard input) to the output file (default standard
       output).  Options control the attributes and content of the output picture.

       -w x0 y0 x1 y1
	      causes  only  the  given	window of the input picture to be copied.  By default the
	      whole picture is copied.

       -o x y causes the output picture's WINDOW= attribute to be translated by adding	(x,y)  to
	      the input window coordinates.

       -t type
	      sets  the  TYPE=	attribute  of  the  output file.  The default is to use the input
	      file's type.

       -c channels
	      causes only the given channels of the input picture to be copied.  The  default  is
	      to  copy all channels.  If channels not present in the input picture are specified,
	      they are computed in the ``most plausible'' way.	 For  example,	a  missing  alpha
	      channel  is  set	to 255, and an m channel will be synthesized from rgb channels by
	      computing NTSC luminance.  A 0 in channels causes a zero channel to be written.

       -C channels
	      sets the output CHAN= attribute.	Channels must be the same length as the  selected
	      channels of the input picture.

       -m colormap
	      attaches the given color map to the output.

       -M     elides the color map from the output.


       picfile(9.6), cmap(9.6)

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