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NAME

       empty-page - Empty page detector of the ExactImage library

SYNOPSIS

       empty-page  [-i|--input  INPUT]  [-m|--margin  MARGIN] [-p|--percentage
       PERCENTAGE]

       empty-page --help

DESCRIPTION

       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.

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

OPTIONS

       -i|--input INPUT
           Input file.

       -m|--margin MARGIN
           Border margin to skip.

       -p|--percentage PERCENTAGE
           Coverate for non-empty page.

       --help
           Displays help text and exits.

EXAMPLES

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

SEE ALSO

       exactimage(7)

       bardecode(1)

       e2mtiff(1)

       econvert(1)

       edentify(1)

       hocr2pdf(1)

       optimize2bw(1)

HOMEPAGE

       More  information  about  bardecode  and  the ExactImage project can be
       found at <http://www.exactcode.de/site/open_source/exactimage/>.

AUTHOR

       ExactImage was written by ExactCODE GmbH <http://www.exactcode.de/>.

       This manual page was written by Daniel Baumann <daniel@debian.org>, for
       the Debian project (but may be used by others).