Manual Reference Pages - GETQCR (1)
getqcr - Photograph an RLE image with the Matrix QCR-Z camera
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Getqcr photographs an image on the Matrix QCR-Z camera. The program
reads the image once for each channel, and displays this on QCR-Z,
moving the filter wheel as appropriate. The colormap is currently
ignored, so one must be applied first if needed (see applymap(1)).
Since the QCR supports large images (2K or 4K pixels in size),
most images will need to be stretched to fill the QCR-Zs image area.
perform this function.
The current support library assumes the QCR-Z is connected to an HP
Series 300 machine, the library may need modifications for other HPIB
This enables verbose output. Since exposing large images takes several
minutes, this is generally useful to monitor progress.
-e exposures |
Expose the film
exposures number of times. This is much faster than running getqcr multiple times.
Double expose (same as "-e 2").
Select high resolution (4K) mode. Default is low resolution (2K).
Center the image. This ignores the position values in RLE header,
and centers the image in the middle of the QCR-Zs camera field.
The proper resolution (2K or 4K) is automatically selected depending
on the image size (-f is ignored if -c is specified).
-p xpos ypos |
Position the image at a specific point. Note getqcr uses the RLE
coordinate system (origin at the bottom left) instead of the QCR-Z
John W. Peterson
The color map should be applied automatically.
Currently uses "row" mode, it may run faster in "raw" mode.
Single channel images should be photographed in black and white (they
currently come out red).
It was written for the 4x5 film back. Shutter and film advance controls
for the 35mm and Oxberry backs are not implemented.
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