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NAME

       pcl_openni_octree_compression - pcl_openni_octree_compression

DESCRIPTION

       Please specify compression mode..

              PCL octree point cloud compression

              usage: ./pcl_openni_octree_compression [mode] [profile] [parameters]

              I/O:

       -f file
              : file name

              file compression mode:

       -x: encode point cloud stream to file

       -d: decode from file and display point cloud stream

              network streaming mode:

       -s     : start server on localhost

       -c host
              : connect to server and display decoded cloud stream

              optional compression profile:

       -p profile : select compression profile:
              -"lowC"   Low  resolution  with color -"lowNC" Low resolution without color -"medC"
              Medium resolution with color -"medNC" Medium resolution without color -"highC" High
              resolution with color -"highNC" High resolution without color

              optional compression parameters:

       -r prec
              : point precision Hz

       -o prec
              : octree voxel size

       -v     : enable voxel-grid downsampling

       -a     : enable color coding

       -i rate
              : i-frame rate

       -b bits
              : bits/color component

       -t     : output statistics

       -e     : show input cloud during encoding

       -minmax min-max
              :: set the PassThrough min-max cutting values (default: 0-3.0)

       -field X   :: set the PassThrough field/dimension 'X' to filter data on (default: 'z')

              example:

              ./pcl_openni_octree_compression -x -p highC -t -f pc_compressed.pcc

AUTHOR

       pcl_openni_octree_compression is part of Point Cloud Library (PCL) - www.pointclouds.org

       The  Point  Cloud Library (PCL) is a standalone, large scale, open project for 2D/3D image
       and point cloud processing.

       This manual page was written by Leopold Palomo-Avellaneda <leo@alaxarxa.net> with the help
       of  help2man tool and some handmade arrangement for the Debian project (and may be used by
       others).