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edentify - Image identification module of the ExactImage library
edentify [-f|--format FORMAT] [-v|--verbose]
ExactImage is a fast C++ image processing library. Unlike ImageMagick,
it allows operation in several color spaces and bit depths natively,
resulting in much lower memory and computational requirements. Some
optimized algorithms operate in 1/20 of the time ImageMagick requires,
and displaying large images can be as fast as 1/10 of the time the
"display" program takes.
edentify is is a command line frontend for the image processing library
and mimicks Imagemagick’s identify.
Edentify is used to identify images, that is print the codec, pixel
dimensions, resolution and physical sizes (if any resolution is
specified in the image data) as well as the color space.
It is also supported to specify a identify a-like custom format string.
User defined format string.
More verbose output.
Displays help text and exits.
$ edentify lenea.tiff
lenea.tiff: TIFF 512x512 24 bits, 3 channels
More information about edentify and the ExactImage project can be found
ExactImage was written by ExactCODE GmbH <http://www.exactcode.de/>.
This manual page was written by Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for
the Debian project (but may be used by others).