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RLESPLICE(1)		    General Commands Manual		  RLESPLICE(1)

NAME
       rlesplice - Splice two RLE files	together horizontally or vertically.

SYNOPSIS
       rlesplice -{hv} [ -c ] [	-o outfile ] infile1 infile2

DESCRIPTION
       rlesplice splices two RLE images	together either	vertically or horizon-
       tally.  If one image is smaller,	then its background value or black  is
       used  to	 pad that image	to equal the larger dimension in the other im-
       age.  The -c flag is used to specify whether the	smaller	 image	should
       be centered when	put next to the	larger.	 Presently the two images must
       have the	same number of color channels, the same	presence of  an	 alpha
       channel,	 and the same colormap size and	length.	 The colormap from the
       first image is used for the resultant image.

SEE ALSO
       rlecomp(1), rlepatch(1),	unslice(1), urt(1), RLE(5).

AUTHOR
       Martin R. Friedmann

4th Berkeley Distribution	 Nov 12, 1986			  RLESPLICE(1)

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