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NAME

       empty-page - empty page detector of the ExactImage toolkit

SYNOPSIS

       empty-page [option...] {-i | --input} input-file

       empty-page {-h | --help}

DESCRIPTION

       ExactImage is a fast C++ image processing library. Unlike many other library frameworks it
       allows operation in several color spaces and bit depths natively, resulting in low memory
       and computational requirements.

       empty-page counts dark pixels of a black and white image and decides with a threshold
       whether the page is most probably empty, and thus can be removed from the image processing
       stream.

OPTIONS

       -i file, --input file
           Read image from the specified file.

       -m n, --margin n
           Set width of border margin to skip. For speed reasons, the margin has to be a multiple
           of 8. The default is 16.

       -p x, --percentage x
           Set fraction of permissible dark pixels. The default is 0.05 (5%).

       -h, --help
           Display help text and exit.

EXAMPLES

           $ empty-page -i test.tif
           The image has 75461 dark pixels from a total of 1060992 (7.11231%).
           non-empty

EXIT STATUS

       The exit status is 0 if the image is mostly white, 1 otherwise.

SEE ALSO

       exactimage(7)

AUTHORS

       Jakub Wilk <jwilk@debian.org>
           Wrote this manual page for the Debian system.

       https://exactcode.com/opensource/exactimage/
           This manual page incorporates texts found on the ExactImage homepage.

COPYRIGHT

       This manual page was written for the Debian system (and may be used by others).

       Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or (at your option) any later version published
       by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in
       /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL-2.