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NAME

       uvfconvert - convert files to UVF.

SYNOPSIS

       uvfconvert -i file [ options ] -o output

DESCRIPTION

       uvfconvert  is  a  command  line  tool to convert data into UVF, the native format for the
       desktop volume rendering program imagevis3d.  Unlike ImageVis3D, the tool can  be  run  on
       headless  nodes with no GPUs installed, and utilizes very little memory even for extremely
       large data.

OPTIONS

       The command line options of uvfconvert are:

       -i filename, --input filename
              The input data set to convert.  Must be  in  one  of  ImageVis3D's  supported  file
              formats (see the "Getting Data Into ImageVis3D" manual).  For merging multiple data
              sets, this option is accepted multiple times.

       -d path, --directory path
              Input data to convert, if stored as a stack in a  directory.   Sets  of  images  or
              DICOMs commonly come in this format.

              One of -i or -d is required.

       -s floating point number, --scale floating point number
              Optional.   When merging multiple data sets, this scaling factor will be applied to
              all values in the second file.  Defaults to 0.0.

       -b floating point number, --bias floating point number
              Optional.  When merging multiple data sets, this bias factor will be applied to all
              values in the second file.  Defaults to 0.0.

       -o filename, --output filename
              Required.  The filename which will be generated.

       --version
              Optional.  Display a version number and then exit.

       --, --ignore-rest
              Optional.  Any arguments following these flags will be ignored by the program.

       AUTHOR
              ImageVis3D  and  all  associated  software  was  written at the SCI Institute, with
              support from the NIH NCRR and DoE VACET programs.

              Our primary source of funding comes from demonstrating that  our  software  enables
              research.  Please contact us if you find ImageVis3D beneficial.