SYNOPSISmincmakevector [<options>] <in>.mnc [...] <out>.mnc
DESCRIPTIONMincmakevector converts a list of scalar minc files into one vector minc file. A vector minc file is one that contains the dimension vector_dimension as the fastest varying dimension of the image data and represents vector data at each voxel such as RGB images or gradient volumes. A scalar minc file does not contain the vector dimension and represents grayscale or intensity data.
OPTIONSNote that options can be specified in abbreviated form (as long as they are unique) and can be given anywhere on the command line.
- Create a MINC 2.0 format output file.
- Overwrite an existing file.
- Don't overwrite an existing file (default).
- Synonym for -noclobber.
- Print out progress information for each chunk of data copied (default).
- Do not print out progress information.
- -buffer_size size
- Specify the maximum size of the internal buffers (in kbytes). Default is 10 MB.
- Create an output file with the same type as the first input file (default).
- Store output voxels as 8-bit integers.
- Store output voxels as 16-bit integers.
- Store output voxels as 32-bit integers
- Superseded by -int.
- Store output voxels as 32-bit floating point numbers.
- Store output voxels as 64-bit floating point numbers.
- Create an output file with data stored in a signed type. This only has an effect if the one of the -byte, -short or -int options is specified.
- Create an output file with data stored in an unsigned type. This only has an effect if the one of the -byte, -short or -int options is specified.
- -valid_range min max
- Create an output file with integer data stored in the specified restricted range. This only has an effect if the one of the -byte, -short or -int options is specified.
Generic options for all commands:
- Print summary of command-line options and exit.
Print the program's version number and exit.
To convert files containing red, green and blue colour components into an RGB file:
mincmakevector red.mnc green.mnc blue.mnc rgb.mnc
COPYRIGHTSCopyright 1997 by Peter Neelin