convert_image - convert images to CBF format using a template
is a program that can convert images from a MAR180, MAR300,
MAR345 or ADSC CCD detector and convert them to CBF format.
requires two arguments: imagefile and cbffile. Those are
the primary input and output. The detector type is extracted from the image
file or from the command line, converted to lower case and used to construct
the name of a template cbf file to use for the copy. The template file name is
of the form template_name_columnsxrows.
To run makecbf with the example image, type:
- makecbf example.mar2300 test.cbf
- -i input_img
- (default: stdin) the input file as an image in smv, mar300,
or mar345 format. If input_img is not specified or is given as
"-", it is copied from stdin to a temporary file.
- -p template_cbf
- the template for the final cbf to be produced. If
template_cbf is not specified the name is constructed from the first token
of the detector name and the image size as
- -o output_cbf
- (default: stdout ) the output cbf combining the image and
the template. If the output_cbf is not specified or is given as
"-", it is written to stdout.
- -d detectorname
- a detector name to be used if none is provided in the image
- when writing packed compression, treat the entire image as
one line with no averaging
- -m [x|y|x=y]
- (default x=y, square arrays only) mirror the array in the
x-axis (y -> -y) in the y-axis (x -> -x) or in x=y ( x -> y,
- -r n
- rotate the array n times 90 degrees counter clockwise x
-> y, y -> -x for each rotation, n = 1, 2 or 3
- if setting a beam center, set reference values of axis
settings as well as standard settings
- -z distance
- detector distance along Z-axis
- -c category_alias=category_root
- -t tag_alias=tagroot
- map the given alias to the given root, so that instead of
outputting the alias, the root will be presented in the output cbf
instead. These options may be repeated as many times as needed.
was written by Herbert J. Bernstein.
This manual page was written by Morten Kjeldgaard <email@example.com>, for
the Debian project (but may be used by others).