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RLETOGRAY(1)		    General Commands Manual		  RLETOGRAY(1)

NAME
       rletogray - Splits an RLE format	file into gray scale images.

SYNOPSIS
       rletogray [ -o prefix ] [ infile	]

DESCRIPTION
       Rletogray  reads	a file in RLE(5) format	and splits the file into unen-
       coded binary files, one for each	channel	in the RLE file.   The	output
       file  names will	be constructed from the	input file name	or a specified
       prefix.

       If an input infile is specified,	then the output	file names will	be  in
       the  form "rlefileroot.{alpha, red, green, blue}", where	rlefileroot is
       infile with any ".rle" suffix stripped off.  If the option -o prefix is
       specified,  then	the output file	names will be of the form "prefix.{al-
       pha, red, green,	blue}".	 If neither option is given, then  the	output
       file names will be "out.{alpha, red, green, blue}".  Input will be read
       from infile if specified, from  standard	 input,	 otherwise.   If  more
       channels	 than  just red, green,	blue, and alpha	are present in the in-
       put, numeric suffixes will be used for the others.

OPTIONS
       -o prefix
	      Specifies	the output file	name prefix to be used.

       infile This option is used to name the input file.  If not present, in-
	      put is taken from	stdin.

SEE ALSO
       rletoraw(1), urt(1), RLE(5).

AUTHOR
       Michael J. Banks, University of Utah.

4th Berkeley Distribution	 Jun 24, 1988			  RLETOGRAY(1)

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