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       lasblock - pre-process LAS files into blocks


       lasblock [-h | [-c arg] [-p arg] -i arg [-o arg] [-v] ]


       lasblock  displays LAS file details with optional output filters.  While lasblock can do a
       few simple operations  like  updating  header  information,  more  drastic  changes,  like
       removing points or altering values, will require las2las(1).


       -h, --help
              Produce help message

       -c arg, --capacity arg
              Number  of  points to nominally put into each block (note that this number will not
              be exact).  Default: 3000

       -p arg, --precision arg
              Number of decimal points to write for each bbox. Default: 8

       -i arg, --input arg
              input LAS file

       -o arg, --output arg
              The output .kdx file (defaults to input filename + .kdx)

       -v, --verbose
              Verbose message output


       Block a file, and write out blocks with 6 decimals of precision with a nominal capacity of
       3000 points per block:

       lasblock -c 3001 -p 6 myfile.las

       Note.  If no capacity is specified with -c, 10000 is assumed.

       Note.   lasblock  will always write out a myfile.las.kdx file name by default, but you can
       override the output name with a -o command-line switch.

                                         16 February 2019                             lasblock(1)