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       img2cif - filter to convert detector images to CBF format


       img2cif [options] files...


       img2cif is a program that converts an image file from a MAR180, MAR300, MAR345 or ADSC CCD
       detector to CBF format. In addition, img2cif includes code to process files from stdin and
       to stdout, so the program can be used in a pipe.


       -i input_image
              (default: stdin) the input_image file in MAR300, MAR345 or ADSC CCD detector format
              is given.  If no input_image file is specified or is given  as  "-",  an  image  is
              copied from stdin to a temporary file.

       -o output_cif
              (default:  stdout)  the output cif (if base64 or quoted-printable encoding is used)
              or cbf (if no encoding is used).  if no output_cif is specified or is given as "-",
              the output is written to stdout

       -c compression_scheme
              (packed, canonical or none, default packed)

       -m [no]headers
              (default  headers  for  cifs,  noheaders  for  cbfs)  selects  MIME  (N.  Freed, N.
              Borenstein, RFC 2045, November 1996) headers within binary data value text fields.

       -d [no]digest
              (default md5 digest [R. Rivest, RFC 1321, April 1992 using"RSA Data Security,  Inc.
              MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm"] when MIME headers are selected)

       -e encoding
              (base64,  quoted-printable,  decimal,  hexadecimal, octal or none, default: base64)
              specifies one of the standard MIME encodings (base64 or quoted-printable) or a non-
              standard  decimal,  hexamdecimal or octal encoding for an ascii cif or "none" for a
              binary cbf

       -b direction
              (forward or backwards, default:  natural  direction)  specifies  the  direction  of
              mapping of bytes into words for decimal, hexadecimal or octal output, marked by '>'
              for forward or '<' for backwards as the second character of each  line  of  output,
              and in '#' comment lines.


       convert_image(1), cif2cbf(1), makecbf(1).


       img2cif was written by Herbert J. Bernstein.

       This  manual  page  was  written  by Morten Kjeldgaard <>, for the Debian
       project (but may be used by others).

                                            April 2008                                 IMG2CIF(1)