pi1toppm(1) General Commands Manual pi1toppm(1)NAME
pi1toppm - convert an Atari Degas .pi1 into a portable pixmap
Reads an Atari Degas .pi1 file as input. Produces a portable pixmap as output.
SEE ALSO ppmtopi1(1), ppm(5), pi3topbm(1), pbmtopi3(1)AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1991 by Steve Belczyk (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jef Poskanzer.
19 July 1990 pi1toppm(1)
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ppmtotga(1) General Commands Manual ppmtotga(1)NAME
ppmtotga - convert portable pixmap into a TrueVision Targa file
ppmtotga [-mono|-cmap|-rgb] [-norle] [ppmfile]
Reads a portable pixmap as input. Produces a TrueVision Targa file as output.
OPTIONS -mono Forces Targa file to be of type 8 bit monochrome. Input must be a portable bitmap or a portable graymap.
-cmap Forces Targa file to be of type 24 bit colormapped. Input must be a portable bitmap, a portable graymap or a portable pixmap con-
taining no more than 256 distinct colors.
-rgb Forces Targa file to be of type 24 bit unmapped color.
-norle Disables run-length encoding, in case you have a Targa reader which can't read run-length encoded files.
All flags can be abbreviated to their shortest unique prefix. If no file type is specified the most highly constained compatible type is
used, where monochrome is more constained than colormapped which is in turn more constained than unmapped.
Does not support all possible Targa file types. Should really be in PNM, not PPM.
SEE ALSO tgatoppm(1), ppm(5)AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 by Mark Shand and Jef Poskanzer.
28 October 1991 ppmtotga(1)
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