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NAME

       gifrsize - A program to resize image size by an integer factor, deleting bits when scaling
       down and duplicating bits when scaling up.

USAGE

       gifrsize [-q] [-S X Y] [-s Scale] [-x XScale] [-y YScale] [-h] gif-file

       If no gif-file is given, GifRSize will try to read a GIF file from stdin.

MEMORY REQUIRED

       Line.

OPTIONS

       [-q]

               Quiet mode.  Defaults off on MSDOS, on under UNIX.  Controls printout  of  running
              scan lines.  Use -q- to invert.

       [-S X Y]

               specifies the exact screen dimension of the output GIF.

       [-s Scale]

               Set  scaling  factor for both x & y direction to Scale.  Default is 0.5. Note this
              is a floating point number.

       [-x XScale]

               Set scaling factor for x direction to Scale.  Default is 0.5.   Note:  this  is  a
              floating point number.

       [-y YScale]

               Set  scaling  factor  for  y  direction to Scale. Default is 0.5.  Note: this is a
              floating point number.

       [-h]

               Print one line of command line help, similar to Usage above.

AUTHOR

       Gershon Elber

       Man page created by T.Gridel <tgridel@free.fr>, originally  written  by  Eric  S.  Raymond
       <esr@thyrsus.com>

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