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NAME

       rsvg-convert - turn SVG files into raster images.

SYNOPSIS

       rsvg-convert [options] in.svg > out.png

DESCRIPTION

       Converts  SVG  images  into  PNG raster images, PDF, PS, or SVG vector images, or dumps of
       Cairo XML or recording surfaces.

   OPTIONS
       -d --dpi-x number
              Set the X resolution of the image in pixels per inch.  RSVG's current default is 90
              DPI.

       -p --dpi-y number
              Set the Y resolution of the image in pixels per inch.  RSVG's current default is 90
              DPI.

       -x --x-zoom number
              X Zoom factor, as a percentage.  If unspecified, 1.0 is used as the default.

       -y --y-zoom number
              Y Zoom factor, as a percentage.  If unspecified, 1.0 is used as the default.

       -z --zoom number
              Zoom factor, as a percentage.  If unspecified, 1.0 is used as the default.

       -w --width integer
              Specify how wide you wish the image to be.  If unspecified, the  natural  width  of
              the image is used as the default.

       -h --height integer
              Specify  how  tall you wish the image to be.  If unspecified, the natural height of
              the image is used as the default.

       -f --format [png, pdf, ps, svg, xml, recording]
              Specify the output format you wish the image to be saved in.  If  unspecified,  PNG
              is used as the default.

       -o --output filename
              Specify the output filename.  If unspecified, outputs to stdout.

       -a --keep-aspect-ratio
              Specify  that  the  aspect  ratio is to be preserved.  If unspecified, aspect ratio
              will not be preserved.

       -b --background-color [black, white, #abccee, #aaa...]
              Specify the background color.  If unspecified, none is used as the default.

       --base-uri uri
              Specify the base URI for SVG files.  If unspecified, none is used as the default.

       -v --version
              Display what version of rsvg this is.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH
              If the selected output format is PDF, this variable can  be  used  to  control  the
              CreationDate  in  the  PDF  file.   This  is  useful  for reproducible output.  The
              environment variable must be set to  a  decimal  number  corresponding  to  a  UNIX
              timestamp,  defined  as the number of seconds, excluding leap seconds, since 01 Jan
              1970   00:00:00   UTC.    The   specification   for   this   can   be   found    at
              https://reproducible-builds.org/specs/source-date-epoch/

MORE INFORMATION

       https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/LibRsvg

       http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG11/

       http://www.gnome.org/

AUTHORS

       Dom  Lachowicz  (cinamod@hotmail.com), Caleb Moore (c.moore@student.unsw.edu.au), Federico
       Mena-Quintero (federico@gnome.org), and a host of others.

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