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DARKTABLE-CLI(1)		   darktable		      DARKTABLE-CLI(1)

NAME
       darktable-cli - a command line darktable	variant

SYNOPSIS
	   darktable-cli IMG_1234.{RAW,...} [<xmp file>] <output file> [options] [--core <darktable options>]

       Options:

	   --width <max	width>
	   --height <max height>
	   --bpp <bpp>
	   --hq	<0|1|false|true>
	   --upscale <0|1|false|true>
	   --export_masks <0|1|false|true>
	   --style <style name>
	   --style-overwrite
	   --apply-custom-presets <0|1|false|true>
	   --verbose
	   --help
	   --version

DESCRIPTION
       darktable is a digital photography workflow application for Linux, Mac
       OS X and	several	other Unices.  It's described further in darktable(1).

       darktable-cli is	a command line variant to be used to export images
       given the raw file and the accompanying xmp file.

OPTIONS
       The user	needs to supply	an input filename and an output	filename.  All
       other parameters	are optional.

       <input file>
	   The name of the input file to export.

       <xmp file>
	   The optional	name of	an XMP sidecar file containing the history
	   stack data to be applied during export.  If this option is not
	   given darktable will	search for an XMP file that belongs to the
	   given input file.

       <output file>
	   The name of the output file.	 darktable derives the export file
	   format from the file	extension.  You	can also use all the variables
	   available in	darktable's export module in the output	filename.

       --width <max width>
	   This	optional parameter allows one to limit the width of the
	   exported image to that number of pixels.

       --height	<max height>
	   This	optional parameter allows one to limit the height of the
	   exported image to that number of pixels.

       --bpp <bpp>
	   An optional parameter to define the bit depth of the	exported
	   image; allowed values depend	on the file format.  Currently this
	   option is not yet functional.  If you need to define	the bit	depth
	   you need to use the following workaround:

	       --core --conf plugins/imageio/format/<FORMAT>/bpp=<VALUE>

	   where FORMAT	is the name of the selected output format, for example
	   png.

       --hq <0|1|true|false>
	   A flag that defines whether to use high quality resampling during
	   export.  Defaults to	true.

       --upscale <0|1|true|false>
	   A flag that defines whether to allow	upscaling during export.
	   Defaults to false.

       --export_masks <0|1|true|false>
	   A flag that defines whether masks used in the image will be stored
	   as layers in	the exported image (provided the format	supports it).
	   Defaults to false.

       --style <style name>
	   Specify the name of a style to be applied during export.  If	a
	   style is specified, the path	to the darktable configuration
	   directory must also be specified (i.e. --core --configdir
	   ~/.config/darktable).  Defaults to no style specified.

       --style-overwrite
	   The specified style overwrites the history stack instead of being
	   appended to it.

       --apply-custom-presets
	   With	this option you	can decide if darktable	loads its set of
	   default parameters from data.db and applies them. Otherwise the
	   defaults that ship with darktable are used.

	   Set this flag to false in order to run multiple instances.

       --verbose
	   Enables verbose output.

       --core <darktable options>
	   All command line parameters following --core	are passed to the
	   darktable core and handled as standard parameters.  See
	   darktable(1)	for a detailed description of the options.

SEE ALSO
       darktable(1)

AUTHORS
       The principal developer of darktable is Johannes	Hanika.	 The
       (hopefully) complete list of contributors to the	project	is:

       * developers: Pascal Obry Aldric	Renaudin AurA(C)lien PIERRE Tobias
       Ellinghaus Roman	Lebedev	Ulrich Pegelow parafin Alexandre Prokoudine

       * translators: Pascal Obry EdgarLux jpellegrini Heiko Bauke Timur
       Davletshin Jeronimo Pellegrini Jakub Filipowicz mepi0011	Nicolas
       Auffray Ger Siemerink MatjaA3/4 Jeran Maurizio Paglia lkarcz Laurent
       Guillier	Matteo Mardegan	Michael	Moese Michel Leblond Tobias Ellinghaus
       Tomasz Golinski Ulrich Pegelow hanno@schwalm-bremen.de igmerti jakubfi
       shlomi braitbart	thisnamewasnottaken zerng07

       * contributors (at least	4 commits): Chris.Elston Diederik ter Rahe
       Philippe	Weyland	Hubert Kowalski	EdgarLux Heiko Bauke hanno@schwalm-
       bremen.de Dan Torop Nicolas Auffray Andreas Schneider Ger Siemerink
       GrahamByrnes rawfiner jpellegrini Mark-64 Bill Ferguson ralfbrown Marco
       Vasyl Tretiakov U-DESKTOP-HQME86Jmarco Martin Burri Victor Engmark
       Jakub Filipowicz	Hanno Schwalm Jeronimo Pellegrini Timur	Davletshin
       elstoc mepi0011 JP Verrue Matthieu Volat	Sam Smith Will Bennett

       * Sub-module rawspeed contributors (at least 1 commit): Roman Lebedev
       David-Tillmann Schaefer Hubert Kowalski Marcel Bollmann Martin Straeten
       Tino H. Seifert hanno@schwalm-bremen.de

       * Sub-module OpenCL contributors	(at least 1 commit):

       * Sub-module libxcf contributors	(at least 1 commit):

       And all those of	you that made previous releases	possible

       This man	page was written by Richard Levitte <richard@levitte.org>.
       Additions were made by Tobias Ellinghaus	<me@houz.org>.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
       Copyright (C) 2009-2019 by Authors.

       darktable is free software; you can redistribute	it and/or modify it
       under the terms of the GPL v3 or	(at your option) any later version.

darktable 3.0			  2019-11-27		      DARKTABLE-CLI(1)

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