Creating a Flash Archive Recovery Image


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Creating a Flash Archive Recovery Image

Simplest instructions for creating a Flash Archive recovery image that can be used to restore a system to "factory fresh" condition.

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jpeg2swf(1)							     swftools							       jpeg2swf(1)

NAME
jpeg2swf - Converts jpeg images to SWF. Synopsis jpeg2swf [-options [value]] imagefiles[.jpg]|[.jpeg] [...] DESCRIPTION
This tool converts jpeg image files into an SWF animation. It takes any number of input pictures, and converts them to SWF one-by-one, where every converted picture is a separate frame in the target SWF. OPTIONS
-o, --output outputfile Explicitly specify output file. (Otherwise, output will go to stdout / output.swf) -q, --quality quality Set compression quality (1-100, 1=worst, 100=best). This option can be set independently for each image. -r, --rate framerate Set movie framerate (frames per second) -z, --zlib zlib Use Flash MX (SWF 6) Zlib encoding for the output. The resulting SWF will be smaller, but not playable in Flash Plugins of Version 5 and below. -M, --mx Use Flash MX H.263 compression (use for correlated images) -x, --xoffset offset horizontally offset images by offset -y, --yoffset offset vertically offset images by offset -X, --width width Force movie width to width (default: autodetect) -Y, --height height Force movie height to height (default: autodetect) -T, --flashversion version Set flash file version to version -v, --verbose level Set verbose level to level (0=quiet, 1=default, 2=debug) -V, --version Print version information and exit -f, --fit-to-movie Fit images to movie size -e, --export assetname Make importable as asset with assetname AUTHORS
Rainer Bohme <rfxswf@reflex-studio.de> Matthias Kramm jpeg2swf February 2012 jpeg2swf(1)

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