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BLIND-TRANSLATE(1)	    General Commands Manual	    BLIND-TRANSLATE(1)

NAME
       blind-translate - Perform framewise translation of a video

SYNOPSIS
       blind-translate [-pw] translation-stream

DESCRIPTION
       blind-translate	reads a	video from stdin and translation operands from
       translation-stream, and perform framewise translation of	the video  and
       prints the resulting video to stdout.

       translation-stream  is  a  video	that is	1 pixel	wide and 1 pixel high.
       The first pixel value in	a frame	is used	as the translation  value  for
       the  X-axis  in the same	frame in the video, and	the second pixel value
       is used as the translation value	for  the  Y-axis.  The	remaining  two
       pixel values are	ignored.

       If  stdin  is longer than translation-stream, the remainder of stdin is
       printed with the	last translation or  no	 translation  if  translation-
       stream  does  not  contain  any	translations. If stdin is shorter than
       translation-stream, the remainder of translation-stream is ignored  but
       may be partially	read.

OPTIONS
       -w     Wrap video around	the edges.

       -p     The values in translation-stream is to be	treat as the position,
	      measured form the	top-left corner, in the	input video that shall
	      be used at the top-left corner of	the output video.

REQUIREMENTS
       blind-translate	requires enough	free memory to load a full frames into
       memory if -w is used or a frame row otherwise. A	frame or frame row re-
       quires 32 bytes per pixel it contains.

SEE ALSO
       blind(7), blind-crop(1),	blind-extend(1)

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

				   blind 1.1		    BLIND-TRANSLATE(1)

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