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SAM2P(1)                                                    SAM2P(1)



NAME
       sam2p  - program to convert raster images to postscript, pdf,
       and other formats

SYNOPSIS
       sam2p [options] infile outfile
       sam2p [options] jobfile

DESCRIPTION
       This manual page documents briefly the sam2p command.  It was
       written for the Debian distribution because the original pro‐
       gram does not have a manual page.  The complete documentation
       can be found in /usr/share/doc/sam2p/README.gz

       sam2p  is  a program that converts many raster (bitmap) image
       formats into Adobe PostScript or PDF files and several  other
       formats.   The  images  are not vectorized.  sam2p gives full
       control to the user to specify standards-compliance, compres‐
       sion, and bit depths.

       sam2p  can operate in two modes: one-liner mode and job mode.
       In job mode the user has to write a ``job'' file which speci‐
       fies the conversion parameters and allows full control of all
       aspects of the final output. This  manpage  deals  only  with
       one-liner   mode,   see   /usr/share/doc/sam2p/README.gz  for
       details on job mode.


EXAMPLES
       To convert an image file to .eps, use:

            sam2p infile.gif outfile.eps

       The output format is guessed from the file extension. Option‐
       ally, the output format also can be specified as option or as
       prefix to the output file.  For example, the  following  com‐
       mands produce postscript level 3:

            sam2p infile.gif psl3:outfile.ps

            sam2p -ps:3 infile.gif outfile.ps

       sam2p  can include its own (zip and lzw) decompression filter
       in Postscript files, allowing better  compression  than  nor‐
       mally supported by Postscript level 1:

            sam2p -1 -c:zip infile.gif outfile.ps

            sam2p -1 -c:lzw infile.gif outfile.ps


OPTIONS
       -1, -ps:1, psl1:
              produce Postscript Level 1

       -1c, -ps:1c, pslc:
              produce Postscript Level 1 with the CMYK and `colorim‐
              age' extension

       -2, -ps:2, psl2:
              produce Postscript Level 2 (default for postscript)

       -3, -ps:3, psl3:
              produce Postscript Level 3

       -pdf:b0, pdfb1.0:
              produce PDF version 1.0 (BI inline image)

       -pdf:b2, pdfb1.2:
              produce PDF version 1.2 (BI inline image) (default for
              PDF)

       -pdf:0, pdf1.0:
              produce PDF version 1.0 (XObject image)

       -pdf:2, pdf1.2:
              produce PDF version 1.2 (XObject image)


       -e:0, -e:none
              don't scale

       -e, -e:1, -e:scale
              scale image to fit page

       -e:rot, -e:rotate
              scale  and rotate image to fit page (default if output
              filename has .ps extension)


       -m:dimen
              set all page margins to dimen
              dimen can have one of the following units (as in TeX):
              bp, in, pt, pc, dd, cc, sp, cm, mm

       -m:spec:dimen
              set  spec margin(s) to dimen (spec can be l,  r, t, b,
              v (top and bottom), h (left and right))

       -m:dpi:res
              set output EPS or PDF to resolution res dpi


       -c:none, -c:lzw, -c:zip, -c:rle, -c:fax, -c:dct, -c:jpeg
              select compression type  (support  depends  on  output
              format)


       -j:quiet
              print  only  error  and fatal error messages, suppress
              warnings, notices etc.  Must be put at  the  beginning
              of the command line to suppress initial banners, too.


       --     If  not the last argument: treat all further arguments
              as files (required if a filename contains a  colon  or
              starts with a minus)
              If  the  last  argument:  use  input filename as ouput
              filename (i.e. overwrite input file).

SUPPORTED FILE FORMATS
       Input formats:
              PNM, PBM, PGM, PPM, XPM, GIF, LBM, TGA, PCX,
              JPEG (requires djpeg from package libjpeg-progs),
              TIFF (requires tifftopnm from package netpbm),
              PNG (requires pngtopnm from package netpbm),
              PS, EPS, PDF (require ghostscript)

       Output formats:
              XWD, BMP, PNG, TIFF6, JPEG, PNM, GIF89a, XPM, PS (lev‐
              els 1,2,3), EPS (levels 2,3), PDF (1.0 and 1.2)


              For  some  formats,  sam2p supports transparency.  See
              the README file for more info.

SEE ALSO
       The      program      is      documented       fully       in
       /usr/share/doc/sam2p/README.gz

AUTHOR
       sam2p was written by Szabó Péter <pts@fazekas.hu>.

       This    manual   page   was   written   by   Stefan   Fritsch
       <sf@sfritsch.de>, for the Debian project (but may be used  by
       others  under  the  terms  of the GNU General Public License,
       Version 2).



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