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pfscat(1)		    General Commands Manual		     pfscat(1)

NAME
       pfscat -	Concatenate frames in PFS stream

SYNOPSIS
       pfscat  [--horizontal]  [--vertical]  [-j <type>] [-R <val>] [-G	<val>]
       [-B <val>] [-Y <val>] [--help] image1.pfs image2.pfs ...

DESCRIPTION
       Read number of frames as	input, stitch them either horizontally or ver-
       tically,	 and produce single frame as output. If	frames are not all the
       same size they are justified with each other - by default they are cen-
       tered, but can also be flushed with a specified edge.

OPTIONS
       --horizontal, -H
	      Stitch frames horizontally.

       --vertical, -V
	      Stitch frames vertically.

       -j <type>
	      Specify  justification  of  input	 frames. Predefined types are:
	      min, max,	center.

       -R <val>, -G <val>, -B <val>
	      Color of an extra	space in a resulting image. Default  color  is
	      black, and if some of the	components is not specified, its value
	      is set to	0.0.

       -Y <val>
	      Color of an extra	space in luminance mode.

       --help, -h
	      Print a list of commandline options.

EXAMPLES
       pfsinmulti anim1_%04d.hdr anim2_%04d.hdr	-- pfscat @1 @2	--vertical
	      Stitch two hdr animations	in  vertical  alignment.  'pfscat'  is
	      taken  as	an argument by 'pfsinmulti', therefore it must be pre-
	      ceded with '--'. Number of @1 @2 ... @n arguments	 must  be  the
	      same as number of	animations to combine.

NOTES
       Note that either	--horizontal or	--vertical option must be specified.

SEE ALSO
       pfsin(1)	pfsout(1)

BUGS
       Please  report  bugs  and  comments  to	Dorota	Zdrojewska  <dzdrojew-
       ska@wi.ps.pl>.

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