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cmextract

$ \bigcirc$Name


cmextract Extract a subpart of a Cmovie




$ \bigcirc$Command Synopsis


cmextract [-b b] [-r] in out X1 Y1 T1 X2 Y2 T2 [bg Xc Yc Tc ]



-b b : background grey level (default 0)

-r : if set, X2,Y2 and T2 must be the SIZE of the extracted region

in : input Cmovie

out : output Cmovie

X1 : upleft corner of the region to extract from input (x)

Y1 : upleft corner of the region to extract from input (y)

T1 : index of first extracted image (1 is first index)

X2 : downright corner of the region to extract from input (x)

Y2 : downright corner of the region to extract from input (y)

T2 : index of last extracted image (1 is first index)

bg : background Cmovie

Xc : new location of X1 on the background, default 0

Yc : new location of Y1 on the background, default 0

Tc : new location of T1 on the background, default 1




$ \bigcirc$Function Summary


Cmovie cmextract (b , in , bg , X1 , Y1 , T1 , X2 , Y2 , T2 , Xc , Yc , Tc , r )

Cmovie in ;

int X1 , Y1 , T1 , X2 , Y2 , T2 ;

int *b ;

Cmovie bg ;

int *Xc , *Yc , *Tc ;

char *r ;




$ \bigcirc$Description


This module applies cextract (without the -r option) to the images To, To +1,...Tf of the input movie (the first frame has index 1). If a Background movie is specified, the result is then inserted at location Xc, Yc, Tc in the Background movie.




$ \bigcirc$See Also


cextract.




$ \bigcirc$Version 1.7


Last Modification date : Thu Jan 31 17:38:11 2002


$ \bigcirc$Author


Lionel Moisan






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