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Manual Reference Pages  -  PNG2SWF (1)

NAME

png2swf - Takes a number of png files and converts them to a swf movie, one picture per frame.

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Synopsis

png2swf [-X width] [-Y height] [-o file.swf] [-r rate] file1.png [file2.png...]

DESCRIPTION

This tools converts png image files into an SWF animation. It takes any number of input pictures, and converts them to SWF one-by-one, where every converted picture is a seperate frame in the target SWF.

The way the images are encoded in SWF is very similar to PNG (in that a zlib-based, lossless compression algorithm is used).

OPTIONS

-r, --rate framerate
  Set movie framerate (frames per second)
-o, --output filename
  Explicitly specify output file. (Otherwise, output will go to stdout / output.swf)
-j, --jpeg quality
  Generate a lossy jpeg bitmap inside the SWF, with a given quality (1-100)
-z, --zlib zlib
  Use Flash MX (SWF 6) Zlib encoding for the output. The resulting SWF will be
smaller, but not playable in Flash Plugins of Version 5 and below.
-T, --flashversion
  Set the flash version to generate
-X, --pixel width
  Force movie width to width (default: autodetect)
-Y, --pixel height
  Force movie height to height (default: autodetect)
-v, --verbose level
  Set verbose level (0=quiet, 1=default, 2=debug)
-q, --quiet
  Omit normal log messages, only log errors
-C, --cgi For use as CGI- prepend http header, write to stdout
-V, --version
  Print version information and exit
-s, --scale percent
  Scale image to percent% size.

AUTHOR

Matthias Kramm <kramm@quiss.org>

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