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       zoomer  —  generate a video from a picture by zooming from one point to


       zoomer options...


       zoomer  automatically generates a video from a picture.  It  starts  at
       the  full  picture  and then zooms into the first point. Then zooms out
       and into the next point, etc. At the moment of reaching a point, zoomer
       will write a text (e.g.  a name).

       zoomer needs a picture (bigger is better) and a data file to define the
       points to be zoomed into.


                 the data file setting the details to be zoomed.

                 show a verbose output

                 how many frames between details

                 how many frames focused on the detail

                 the size of the text

                 the name of the output video

                 the name of the input picture (bigger is better)

                 will automaticaly delete a file with the same output name

                 will show a nice graphical progress bar

                 the video resolution in the WxH notation like 480x360


       The data file is a simple text file to provide informaton  about  where
       zoomer  must  zoom.  There  must  be  one  line  by detail and no other
       information. The zoomer don't supports empty lines or commentaries.

       The detail line has the pattern: X,Y Width Text

       See a data example:

       364,178 57 Bart
       233,246 62 Lisa
       396,274 52 Maggie
       302,059 61 Marge
       228,130 66 Homer

       The Width is the with of the soom  square.  The  Height  will  be  ever
       proporcional to the output setted height.


       This manual page was written by Aurélio A. Heckert for
       the Debian system (but may be used by others).  Permission  is  granted
       to  copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the
       GNU General Public License, Version 3 any later  version  published  by
       the Free Software Foundation.

       On  Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License
       can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/.


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