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       gif2ps - GIF-to-PostScript conversion.


       gif2ps  [-q]  [-x]  [-y]  [-s  sx  sy] [-p px py] [-i] [-n copies] [-h]

       If no gif-file is given, Gif2PS will try to read a GIF file from stdin.





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


               Force  image  to  be horizontal (`landscape mode').  By default
              image will be positioned so it will be the biggest.   If  -x  is
              given image will be scaled to be biggest possible horizontally.


               Force vertical (`portrait mode'); analogous to -x.

       [-s sx sy]

               Force  image  size  to  be sx by sy inches.  If image will exit
              page dimensions, it will scream and die.   Page  dimensions  are
              8.5  by  11.0  inches  but  only  7.5  by  9.0 are assumed to be

       [-p pc py]

               Force image lower left corner to be as px py.   If  this  would
              overrun the page's dimensions, it will scream and die.


               Image  will  be  inverted  (Black  ->  White  and  vice versa).
              Mapping from colors is done by 0.3 * RED  0.59 * GREEN   0.11  *
              BLUE and sometimes inverting the image will look better.

       [-n copies]

               Number of copies to print.  1 by default.


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


       Gershon Elber

       Man  page  created by T.Gridel <>, originally written by
       Eric S. Raymond <>

                                 giflib-tools                        gif2ps(1)

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