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fitscut - extract cutouts from FITS image format file

FITSCUT(1) User Commands FITSCUT(1)

NAME

fitscut - extract cutouts from FITS image format file

SYNOPSIS

fitscut [ options] file [green] [blue] [outfile]

DESCRIPTION

Options are:

-f, --force
force overwrite of output file
-h, --help
display this help and exit
-v, --verbose
verbose operation
-V, --version
output version information and exit
-p, --png
output a PNG format file
-j, --jpg
output a JPEG format file
-x, --x=N
X center coordinate
-y, --y=N
Y center coordinate
--x0=N
X corner coordinate
--y0=N
Y corner coordinate
-r, --rows=N
number of rows (height)
-c, --columns=N
number of columns (width)
--all
extract a cutout of the same size as the input image
--linear-scale
output in linear scale [default]
-l, --log-scale
output in log scale
-s, --sqrt-scale
output in square root scale
-e, --histeq-scale
histogram equalized output
--asinh-scale
asinh equalized output
-i, --invert
invert output colors
--palette=name
output palette name (png output only)
--factor=value
multiply image by value
--rate
scale image by exposure time factor
--autoscale=percent
percent of histogram to include
If percent is a single value it is interpreted as
the percentage of the histogram to include. If percent is two values separated by a comma it is interpreted as the lower and upper bounds of the histogram to include (eg. --autoscale=1.5,98.5)
--autoscale-min=percent
lower bound percentage of histogram to include
--autoscale-max=percent
upper bound percentage of histogram to include
--min=value
image value to use for scale minimum
--max=value
image value to use for scale maximum
The value for --min or --max may be either one value to
be used for all images (eg. --min=0), or one value for each image separated by a comma (eg. --min=0,0,0)
--red=file
filename to be used in red channel of color image
--green=file
filename to be used in green channel of color image
--blue=file
filename to be used in blue channel of color image
--zoom=factor
zoom input image by positive multiplicative factor
--align
use WCS information in header to align images
--compass
add a WCS compass to the image

Supported palettes:

gray heat cool rainbow red green blue
March 2016 fitscut 1.4.4 (Tue Oct 31 16:43:46 EST 2006)