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NAME
       winicontopam  - convert a Microsoft Windows icon	file into a Netpbm PAM
       file

SYNOPSIS
       winicontopam  [-image=index  |	-allimages]   [-andmasks]   [-verbose]
       [icon_file]

       All  options  can  be abbreviated to their shortest unique prefix.  You
       may use two hyphens instead of one to designate an option.  You may use
       either  white  space  or	 equals	 signs	between	an option name and its
       value.

DESCRIPTION
       This program is part of Netpbm(1).

       winicontopam reads a Microsoft Windows icon file	and converts it	to one
       or more RGB_ALPHA Netpbm	PAM files.

       The  transparency  channel  is  copied from the 8-bit transparency data
       from the	icon, if present.  If no 8-bit transparency data is available,
       the transparency	channel	is constructed from the	so-called "AND mask".

       The output goes to Standard Output.

       The  output is a	multi-image PAM	file.  If you want a separate file for
       each image, use pamsplit(1).

OPTIONS
       In addition to the options common to all	programs  based	 on  libnetpbm
       (most  notably -quiet, see Common Options <index.html#commonoptions> ),
       winicontopam recognizes the following command line options:

       -allimages
	      Convert all images in the	input.

	      You may not specify this together	with -image.

	      By default, winicontopam converts	only the  one  "best  quality"
	      image (largest, then most	bits per pixel).

       -image=index
	      Convert image number index (starting with	zero).

	      You may not specify this together	with -allimages.

	      By  default,  winicontopam  converts  the	 "best	quality" image
	      (largest,	then most bits per pixel).

       -andmasks
	      If the image to be extracted contains  both  8-bit  transparency
	      data and AND mask, write a five-channel Netpbm PAM file with the
	      AND mask stored to the fifth plane.

       -verbose
	      Print more messages

SEE ALSO
       o

	      pamtowinicon(1)

       o

	      winicontoppm(1)

       o

	      pamsplit(1)

       o

	      pam(5)

       o

	      winicon(1)

       For  information	 on  the   PNG	 format,   see	 http://schaik.com/png
       <http://schaik.com/png> .

HISTORY
       winicontopam  was  new in Netpbm	10.63 (June 2013).  It obsoleted wini-
       contoppm	by providing more function and	conforming  better  to	Netpbm
       conventions.

AUTHOR
       Copyright (C) 2013 by Ludolf Holzheid.

       Translated to Netpbm coding style by Bryan Henderson.

DOCUMENT SOURCE
       This  manual  page was generated	by the Netpbm tool 'makeman' from HTML
       source.	The master documentation is at

	      http://netpbm.sourceforge.net/doc/winicontopam.html

netpbm documentation		 12 April 2013	   Winicontopam	User Manual(0)

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