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       ossim-icp - ossim-icp


       ossim-icp [options] <output_type> <input_file> <output_file>


       Description:  ossim-icp  copies  any  supported input image format to any supported output
       image format format


              Will disable the elevation

              Takes an argument. Arguments are ALL, WARN, NOTICE, INFO,  FATAL,  DEBUG.   If  you
              want  multiple disables then just do multiple --disable-notify on the command line.
              All argument are case insensitive.  Default is all are enabled.

              Will disable the plugin loader

       --filter-spec <fname>
              This is an external file spec that describes a chain for filtering the input image.

              takes a logfile as  an  argument.   All  output  messages  are  redirected  to  the
              specified log file.  By default there is no log file and all messages are enabled.

       --pixel-type <type>
              Valid  values:  area  or  point, this will determine if the tie point is upper left
              corner of the upper left pixel (area) or  the  center  of  the  upper  left  corner
              (point), default=point. NOTE: This option will only affect the tiff writer.

       --reader-prop <string>
              Adds a property to send to the reader. format is name=value

       --use-mask [<fname>]
              Optionally  specify  name  of  mask  file to use for masking the input image. If no
              filename given, then the default mask filename is used.

       --writer-prop <string>
              Adds a property to send to the writer. format is name=value

       -K     specify individual keywords to add to the preferences keyword list: name=value

       -L or --end-line <n>
              Which end line do you wish to copy from the input.  If none is given then max  line
              is used

       -P     specify a preference file to load

       -T     specify  the classes to trace, ex: ossimInit|ossimImage.*  will trace ossimInit and
              all ossimImage classes

       -a or --use-scalar-remapper
              Uses scalar remapper, transforms to 8-bit

       -b or --bands <n,n...>
              uses the specified bands: ex. "1, 2, 4" will select bands 1 2 and 4  of  the  input
              image.  Note: it is 1 based

       -c or --compression-type <type>
              Uses  compression.   Currently  valid  for  only  tiff output -c jpeg will use jpeg

       -e or --entry <n>
              For multi image handlers which entry do you wish to extract

       -g     Convert to grey scale.

       -h or --help
              Display this information

       -l or --start-line <n>
              Which start line do you wish to copy from the input. If none is  given  then  0  is

       -o or --create-overview
              Creates and overview for the output image

       -p or --end-sample <n>
              The end sample you wish to copy from the input. If none is given then max sample is

       -q or --compression-quality <n>
              Uses compression.  Valid for jpeg type.  default is 75 where 100 is best and  1  is

       -r or --res-level <n>
              Which res level to extract from the input: ex -r 1 will get res level 1

       -s or --start-sample <n>
              Which  start sample do you wish to copy from the input.  If none is given then 0 is

       -t or --create-thumbnail <n>
              Takes an argument which is the maximum pixel dimension desired.

       -w or --tile-width <n>
              Defines the tile width for the handlers that support tiled output

       Valid output writer types:

       tiff_strip    tiff_strip_band_separate    tiff_tiled     tiff_tiled_band_separate     jpeg
       general_raster_bip     general_raster_bil    general_raster_bsq    general_raster_bip_envi
       general_raster_bil_envi          general_raster_bsq_envi          nitf_block_band_separate
       nitf_block_band_sequential     nitf20_block_band_separate     nitf20_block_band_sequential


       The full documentation for ossim-icp is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the  info  and
       ossim-icp programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info ossim-icp

       should give you access to the complete manual.