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Manual Reference Pages  -  WASATCHRLE (1)

NAME

wasatchrle - Convert Wasatch Systems image files to RLE format

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

wasatchrle [ -o outfile ] basename

DESCRIPTION

Wasatchrle converts image files generated by the Wasatch Systems Paint program to RLE format. It expects to find two files, "basename.lut" (the color look-up table) and "basename.rlc" (the run-length encoded data).

Wasatchrle generates as output a single channel RLE image with a full color map. Since the Wasatch Paint program’s origin is the top left of the image, the results should be passed through rleflip -v to correctly orient the image. If the image is to be used with other toolkit operations (e.g., compositing), it should first be run through applymap(1) to convert the image to a full color (three channel) RLE file.

SEE ALSO

rleflip(1), applymap(1), urt(1), RLE(5),
Wasatch Systems, "Wasatch Raster Image File Definition for Wasatch Illustration Software (Version 1.2 and Later)"

AUTHOR

John W. Peterson
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1 WASATCHRLE (1) December 20, 1987

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