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vcrop - crop an image
vcrop [-option ...] [infile] [outfile]
vcrop crops a file of images using a cropping rectangle specified by
command line options.
COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
vcrop accepts the following options:
-help Prints a message describing options.
-in infile Specifies a Vista data file containing the input images.
-out outfile Specifies where to write the cropped images as a Vista
-top row Specifies the first (top) row of the cropping rectangle.
-bottom row Specifies the last (bottom) row of the cropping
-left col Specifies the first (leftmost) column of the cropping
-right col Specifies the last (rightmost) column of the cropping
-height nrows Specifies the height of the cropping rectangle.
-width ncols Specifies the width of the cropping rectangle.
The cropping rectangle must be unambiguously specified by using any two
of -top, -bottom, and -height, plus any two of -left, -right, and
The cropping rectangle may fall partially or completely outside an
image it is cropping; in that case, the area outside is filled with
Input and output files can be specified on the command line or allowed
to default to the standard input and output streams.
vxcrop(1Vi), VImage(3Vi), Vista(7Vi)
Ralph Horstmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>