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NAME

       ZArt - G'MIC image processing language demonstration.

DESCRIPTION

       ZArt  is a program whose purpose is to demonstrate the possibilities of
       the G'MIC image processing language by offering the choice  of  several
       manipulations on a video stream acquired from a webcam. In other words,
       ZArt is a GUI for G'MIC real-time manipulations  on  the  output  of  a
       webcam.

OPTIONS

       --cam N
              disable  camera  detection  and  force  selection of camera with
              index N.

SEE ALSO

       gmic(1),

AUTHOR

       ZArt        was        written        by        Sébastien        Fourey
       <Sebastien.Fourey@greyc.ensicaen.fr>    (Project    manager    /    GUI
       Programming) and David Tschumperle (G'MIC scripts).

       This manual page was written by Bernd  Zeimetz  <bzed@debian.org>,  for
       the Debian project (and may be used by others).

                                   20120622                            ZART(1)



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