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    NAME
         tiff2ps - convert a TIFF image to POSTSCRIPT
    
    SYNOPSIS
         tiff2ps [ options ] input.tif ...
    
    DESCRIPTION
         tiff2ps reads TIFF images and writes POSTSCRIPT or  Encapsu-
         lated  POSTSCRIPT (EPS) on the standard output.  By default,
         tiff2ps writes Encapsulated POSTSCRIPT for the  first  image
         in the specified TIFF image file.
    
         By default, tiff2ps will generate POSTSCRIPT  that  fills  a
         printed  area  specified by the TIFF tags in the input file.
         If the file does  not  contain  XResolution  or  YResolution
         tags,  then  the  printed area is set according to the image
         dimensions.  The -w and -h options (see below) can  be  used
         to  set  the dimensions of the printed area in inches; over-
         riding any relevant TIFF tags.
    
         The POSTSCRIPT generated for RGB, palette, and  CMYK  images
         uses  the colorimage operator.  The POSTSCRIPT generated for
         greyscale and bilevel images uses the image operator.   When
         the  colorimage operator is used, POSTSCRIPT code to emulate
         this operator on older  POSTSCRIPT  printers  is  also  gen-
         erated.  Note that this emulation code can be very slow.
    
         Color images with associated alpha data are composited  over
         a white background.
    
    OPTIONS
         -1   Generate POSTSCRIPT Level I (the default).
    
         -2   Generate POSTSCRIPT Level II.
    
         -a   Generate output for all IFDs (pages) in the input file.
    
         -d   Set the initial TIFF directory to the specified  direc-
              tory number.  (NB: directories are numbered starting at
              zero.)  This option is useful for selecting  individual
              pages in a multi-page (e.g. facsimile) file.
    
         -e   Force the generation of Encapsulated POSTSCRIPT.
    
         -h   Specify the vertical  size  of  the  printed  area  (in
              inches).
    
         -o   Set the initial TIFF directory to the IFD at the speci-
              fied  file offset.  This option is useful for selecting
              thumbnail images and the like which  are  hidden  using
              the SubIFD tag.
    
         -p   Force the generation of (non-Encapsulated) POSTSCRIPT.
    
         -s   Generate output for a single IFD (page)  in  the  input
              file.
    
         -w   Specify the horizontal size of  the  printed  area  (in
              inches).
    
         -z   When generating POSTSCRIPT Level II, data is scaled  so
              that it does not image into the deadzone on a page (the
              outer margin that the  printing  device  is  unable  to
              mark).   This  option  suppresses this behaviour.  When
              POSTSCRIPT Level I is generated, data is imaged to  the
              entire printed page and this option has no affect.
    
    EXAMPLES
         The following generates POSTSCRIPT Level II for all pages of
         a facsimile:
              tiff2ps -a2 fax.tif | lpr
         Note also that  if  you  have  version  2.6.1  or  newer  of
         Ghostscript  then you can efficiently preview facsimile gen-
         erated with the above command.
    
         To generate Encapsulated  POSTSCRIPT  for  a  the  image  at
         directory 2 of an image use:
              tiff2ps -d 1 foo.tif
         (notice that directories are numbered starting at zero.)
    
    BUGS
         Because POSTSCRIPT does not support the notion of  a  color-
         map,  8-bit palette images produce 24-bit POSTSCRIPT images.
         This conversion results in output that is six  times  bigger
         than  the original image and which takes a long time to send
         to a printer over a serial line.  Matters are even worse for
         4-, 2-, and 1-bit palette images.
    
    BUGS
         Does not handle tiled images when generating PS Level I out-
         put.
    
    SEE ALSO
         pal2rgb(1),   tiffinfo(1),   tiffcp(1),   tiffgt(1),   tiff-
         median(1), tiff2bw(1), tiffsv(1), libtiff(3)
    
    
    
    


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