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       evolvotron_render - Render an evolvotron function tree to an image.


       evolvotron_render [options] imagefile.[png|ppm]


       evolvotron_render  reads  an evolvotron image function from its standard input and renders
       it to an image in the file specified (suffix determines  type,  defaults  to  ppm  if  not

       Image  functions  can be obtained by saving them from the evolvotron application, or using

       See the evolvotron manual (accessible from the evolvotron  application's  Help  menu)  for
       more information on image functions.


       -f, --frames
            frames  Generates  multi-frame  animations.   .fnnnnnn is inserted into the specified
            filename (before the filetype suffix, if any).  You can use this on  functions  which
            weren't evolved in animation mode, but there's no guarantee they have any interesting
            time/z variation.

       -h, --help
            Display a summary of command-line options and exit.

       -j, --jitter
            Enable sample jittering.

       -m, --multisample
            multisample Enables antialiased rendering.  This specifies the size of the  sub-pixel
            sampling  grid,  so  1  provides  the default one-sample-per-pixel behaviour, while 4
            provides 16 samples per pixel on a 4x4 grid.  Unlike the main evolvotron application,
            there is no upper limit, but of course rendering time increases as the square of this

       -o, --output
            imagefile.[ppm|png] This option is an alternative to specifying the  output  filename
            as a positional argument.

       -s, --size
            widthxheight Specify resolution of output image.  Defaults to 512x512.

       -v, --verbose
            Verbose mode; useful for monitoring progress of large renders.


       evolvotron_mutate -g | evolvotron_render -s 1024x1024 function.ppm


       evolvotron_render  was  written  by  Tim  Day  (  and is released under the
       conditions of the GNU General Public License.  See the  file  LICENSE  supplied  with  the
       source code for details.


       evolvotron(1), evolvotron_mutate(1)