vcatbands(1) concatenate image bands into a single image


vcatbands [-option ...] [infile ...] [> outfile]


vcatbands concatenates one or more images to produce a single, multi-band image. All images read from all input files are combined to produce a single image, which is written to the output file.

The input images must all have the same number of rows, number of columns, and pixel representation.


vcatbands accepts the following options:
Print a message describing options.
-in infile ...
Specifies one or more Vista data files containing images.
-out outfile
Specifies where to write the output as a Vista data file.
-name name
Specifies the name to be given the created image. Default: ``image''.
-frame_interp none
-viewpoint_interp none | stereo_pair
-color_interp none | rgb
-component_interp none | complex | gradient | intensity | orientation
Specify values for band interpretation attributes given to the new image. All default to none.
-nframes nframes
-nviewpoints nviewpoints
-ncolors ncolors
-ncomponents ncomponents
Specify the number of frames, viewpoints, colors, and components represented by bands of the new image. If not specified nframes is deduced from the number of bands in the image; the others have defaults based on what the various -..._interp options have specified.

Input files can be specified on the command line or allowed to default to the standard input stream. The output file can be specified by the -out option or allowed to default to the standard output stream.


All input files are read before the output file is opened and written.


Art Pope <[email protected]>