ossim-create-bitmask(1) ossim-create-bitmask


ossim-create-bitmask [,options/] ,<input file>/


Description: ossim-create-bitmask Generates a bit-mask given source image and target pixel range to mask out. If the input image has overviews, then masks will be generated for all R-levels.


Will disable the elevation
Takes an argument. Arguments are ALL, WARN, NOTICE, INFO, FATAL, DEBUG. If you want multiple disables then just do multiple --disable-notify on the command line. All argument are case insensitive. Default is all are enabled.
Will disable the plugin loader
--mask-mode <mode>
Specifies how to treat multi-band imagery when determining whether pixel will be masked according to the defined target value or range. Possible modes are: "mask_full_and_partial_targets" (default) | "mask_only_full_targets".
--mask-range <min> <max>
Specifies the range of pixels to target for masking out.
--mask-value <target>
Specifies the unique pixel value to target for masking out.
takes a logfile as an argument. All output messages are redirected to the specified log file. By default there is no log file and all messages are enabled.
Uses exclusively the image overview data when computing subsequent overviews. Normally the mask overview from the prior level is referenced for establishing the masks at the next level.
--spec-kwl <filename>
In lieu of providing mask parameters on the command line, this option specifies a keyword list filename that contains all settings. Typically used when spawning from other process.
specify individual keywords to add to the preferences keyword list: name=value
specify a preference file to load
specify the classes to trace, ex: ossimInit|ossimImage.* will trace ossimInit and all ossimImage classes
Write mask to directory specified.
-e or --entry
Give the entry(zero based) for which to build a mask. Only one entry can be processed. If the input is multi-entry and no entry was specified, entry 0 is assumed.
-h or --help
Shows help
Write mask to file specified. If used on a multi-entry file, given "foo.mask" you will get: "foo_e0.mask". If none specified, the input filename is used with ".mask" extension.
-x or --exclude-fullres
Excludes R0 mask computation. The mask file will start at R1.