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BLIND-FROM-IMAGE(1)	    General Commands Manual	   BLIND-FROM-IMAGE(1)

NAME
       blind-from-image	- Convert an image to a	frame

SYNOPSIS
       blind-from-image	[-h] [-f | -p]

DESCRIPTION
       blind-from-image	 reads	an  image from stdin and converts in the frame
       usable by blind,	and prints the frame to	stdout.

OPTIONS
       -f     Treat the	image from stdin as a Farbfeld image.

       -h     Omit the head when printed the frame to stdout.  This is	useful
	      if  you are converting multiple images, as the output can	be ap-
	      pended to	video with its head already written.

       -p     Treat the	image from stdin as a Portable Arbitrary Map image.

SEE ALSO
       blind(7), blind-to-image(1), blind-write-head(1),  blind-next-frame(1),
       blind-from-text(1), blind-repeat(1)

AUTHORS
       Mattias AndrA(C)e <maandree@kth.se>

				   blind 1.1		   BLIND-FROM-IMAGE(1)

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