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       split - Split images


       split InputImage OutputImagePattern


       Split volume image into sub-images, i.e., to separate interleaved images into passes


   Global Toolkit Options (these are shared by all CMTK tools)
            Write list of basic command line options to standard output.

            Write complete list of basic and advanced command line options to standard output.

            Write list of command line options to standard output in MediaWiki markup.

            Write man page source in 'nroff' markup to standard output.

            Write toolkit version to standard output.

            Write the current command line to standard output.

       --verbose-level <integer>
            Set verbosity level.

       --verbose, -v
            Increment verbosity level by 1 (deprecated; supported for backward compatibility).

       --threads <integer>
            Set maximum number of parallel threads (for POSIX threads and OpenMP).

   Main Options
       --axial, -a
            Interleaved axial images [This is the default]

       --sagittal, -s
            Interleaved sagittal images

       --coronal, -c
            Interleaved coronal images

       --interleave-x, -x
            Interleaved along x axis

       --interleave-y, -y
            Interleaved along y axis

       --interleave-z, -z
            Interleaved along z axis [This is the default]

       --factor <integer>, -f <integer>
            Interleave factor. This is the number of subimages generated.  [Default: 2]

       --padded, -p
            Padded output, i.e., fill in removed slices

       --output-xform-path <string>
            Optional  path  template  (fprintf-style)  for output affine transformation that maps
            input image coordinates to each output image.  [Default: NONE]


       Torsten Rohlfing, Michael P. Hasak, Greg Jefferis, Calvin R. Maurer, Daniel B. Russakoff



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       From April 2009 through September 2011, CMTK Development and Maintenance was supported  by
       the  National  Institute  of  Biomedical  Imaging  and  Bioengineering  under Grant No.R01
       EB008381 (PI: Torsten Rohlfing).