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Usage: xpsconvert [<options>] file... OPTIONS: --file... arg A list of folders and/or file names to process. -o [ --output ] arg The output folder used to store modified files. By default, the current working folder will be used to store converted files. --subfolders Process all subfolders. --prefix arg The prefix for the output file. The output filename will be constructed by concatenating the prefix string, the page number(when converting multi-page documents to image) and the appropriate extension (e.g. myprefix.pdf or myprefix_2.png).The prefix option should be used only for conversion of individual documents. By default, each input filename will be used as a prefix. -f [ --format ] arg (=pdf) Output format. The following is a list of supported output formats: pdf png png8 (palettized png) jpg (or jpeg) tif (or tiff) tif8 (palettized tiff) bmp raw The default output format is PDF. --physical_model arg Specifies the physical model of the xps files to process. The following is a list of supported physical models: zip dir all The default physical model is zip. -r [ --rotate ] arg (=0) Rotates all pages by a given number of degrees counterclockwise. The allowed values are 0, 90, 180, and 270. The default value is 0. -a [ --pages ] arg (=-) Specifies the list of pages to convert. By default, all pages are converted. --nosmooth Disables image smoothing. --extension arg (=.xps) The default file extension used to process XPS documents. The default extension is ".xps". --verb arg (=1) Set the verbosity level. Valid parameter values are 0, 1, and 2. The higher number results in more feedback. The default is 1. -v [ --version ] Print the version information. -h [ --help ] Print a listing of available options. Image Specific Options: -c [ --clip ] arg User definable clip box. By default, the clip region is identical to current page 'box'. --digits arg The number of digits used in the page counter portion of the output filename. By default, new digits are added as needed; however this parameter could be used to format the page counter field to a uniform width (e.g. myfile_0001.png, myfile_0002.png, etc). -d [ --dpi ] arg (=92) For image conversion: The output resolution, from 1 to 1000, in Dots Per Inch (DPI). The higher the DPI, the larger the image. Resolutions larger than 1000 DPI can be achieved by rendering image in tiles or stripes. The default resolution is 92 DPI. --hres arg The width of the output image, in pixels. --vres arg The height of the output image, in pixels. -g [ --gray ] Render and export the image in grayscale mode. Sets pixel format to 8 bits per pixel grayscale. By default, the image is rendered and exported in RGB color space. --mono Export the rendered image as 1 bit per pixel (monochrome) image. If the output format is TIFF, the image will be compressed using G4 CCITT compression algorithm. By default, the image is not dithered. To enable dithering use '--dither' option. -k [ --cmyk ] Render and export the image in CMYK mode. To export CMYK, the output image format must support CMYK pixel format. An example of image format that supports CMYK is TIFF (e.g. -f tif -k). By default, the image is rendered and exported in RGB color space. --dither Enables dithering when the image is exported in palettized or monochrome mode (e.g. for tif8 or png8 or --mono). --gamma arg (=0) Sets the gamma factor used for anti-aliased rendering. Typical values are in the range from 0.1 to 3. Gamma correction can be used to improve the quality of anti-aliased image output and can (to some extent) decrease the appearance common anti-aliasing artifacts (such as pixel width lines between polygons). -q [ --quality ] arg (=80) Compression quality is a number in the range from 1 to 100. Lower numbers usually result in better compression at the expense of image quality. The default setting is 80. -m [ --multipage ] if the output image format supports multi-page or multi-frame capability, store all output images in one file instead of separate files. Currently, this option is only relevant to TIFF output. By default, images will be saved in separate files. --transparent_page sets the page color to transparent. By default, XPSConvert assumes that the page is drawn directly on an opaque white surface. Some applications may need to draw the page on a different backdrop. In this case any pixels that are not covered during rendering will be transparent. Examples: xpsconvert -o test_out/ex1 "PDFTron XPSConvert User Manual.xps"