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<!DOCTYPE html>
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<head>
<title>mutool convert</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" type="text/css">
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<body>

<header>
<h1>mutool convert</h1>
</header>

<article>

<p>
The 'mutool convert' command converts an input file into another format.

<pre>
mutool convert [options] -o <i>output input</i> [pages]
</pre>

<p>
The command line options are:

<dl>
<dt><i>input</i>
	<dd>Input file name.
	The input can be any of the document formats supported by MuPDF: PDF, XPS, CBZ, unprotected EPUB, FB2, etc.
<dt>[pages]
	<dd>Comma separated list of page ranges. The first page is "1", and the last page is "N". The default is "1-N".
<dt>-p <i>password</i>
	<dd>Password to use for password protected PDF documents.
</dl>

<dl>
<dt>-o <i>filename</i>
	<dd>The output file name.
	The output file name may have a "%d" in the path, which will be replaced with the page number.
	If there is no %d, the page number will be appended at the end of the file name for single page formats.
<dt>-F <i>format</i>
	<dd>The output format. If missing, it is inferred from the output file name extension.
	See below for which formats are supported.
<dt>-O <i>options</i>
	<dd>Comma separated list of output options.
	The set of available options varies depending on the output format.
	See below for details.
</dl>

<dl>
<dt>-A <i>bits</i>
	<dd>Number of bits of anti-aliasing to use (0 to 10) when rendering to image based formats. The default is 8.
	0 means no anti-aliasing,
	9 means no anti-aliasing, centre-of-pixel rule,
	10 means no anti-aliasing, any-part-of-a-pixel rule.
<dt>-W <i>width</i>
	<dd>Page width in points for EPUB layout.
<dt>-H <i>height</i>
	<dd>Page height in points for EPUB layout.
<dt>-S <i>font-size</i>
	<dd>Font size in points for EPUB layout.
<dt>-U <i>stylesheet.css</i>
	<dd>File name of user style sheet for EPUB layout.
<dt>-X
	<dd>Disable document styles for EPUB layout.
</dl>

<h2>
Image output
</h2>

<p>
CBZ (comic book zip) is a multi-page image format.

<p>
The following single page image formats are also supported: PNG, PNM, PAM, PBM, PKM.
Each page is written to a separate file.

<p>
The output options (-O flag) for image formats are:

<dl>
<dt>rotate=<i>N</i>		<dd>Rotate rendered pages <i>N</i> degrees counter-clockwise.
<dt>resolution=<i>N</i>		<dd>Set both X and Y resolution in pixels per inch.
<dt>x-resolution=<i>N</i>	<dd>Set X resolution in pixels per inch.
<dt>y-resolution=<i>N</i>	<dd>Set Y resolution in pixels per inch.
<dt>width=<i>N</i>		<dd>Render pages to fit <i>N</i> pixels wide (ignore resolution options).
<dt>height=<i>N</i>		<dd>Render pages to fit <i>N</i> pixels tall (ignore resolution options).
<dt>colorspace=gray/rgb/cmyk	<dd>Render using specified colorspace (if output format supports it).
<dt>alpha			<dd>Render pages with an alpha channel and transparent background (if output format supports it).
</dl>

<h2>
PDF output
</h2>

<p>
With PDF output, we will create a new PDF file that matches the visual appearance.
The PDF output is still a work in progress, so some features may not work.

<p>
If the input is PDF, the output will have nothing in common except the visual appearance.
All bookmarks, annotations, forms, etc, will be thrown away. If you want to do a PDF to PDF
conversion, 'mutool clean' is a better tool to use.

<p>
The PDF output options are:

<dl>
<dt>decompress			<dd> Decompress all streams (except compress-fonts/images).
<dt>compress			<dd> Compress all streams.
<dt>compress-fonts		<dd> Compress embedded fonts.
<dt>compress-images		<dd> Compress images.
<dt>ascii			<dd> ASCII hex encode binary streams.
<dt>pretty			<dd> Pretty-print objects with indentation.
<dt>linearize			<dd> Optimize for web browsers.
<dt>sanitize			<dd> Clean up graphics commands in content streams.
<dt>garbage			<dd> Garbage collect unused objects.
<dt>garbage=compact		<dd> ... and compact cross reference table.
<dt>garbage=deduplicate		<dd> ... and remove duplicate objects.
</dl>

<h2>
SVG output
</h2>

<p>
SVG output is a single page format, so we will write one SVG file for each input page.

<p>
The SVG output options are:

<dl>
<dt>text=text		<dd> Emit text as <text> elements (inaccurate fonts).
<dt>text=path		<dd> Emit text as <path> elements (accurate fonts).
<dt>no-reuse-images	<dd> Do not reuse images using &lt;symbol&gt; definitions.
</dl>

</article>

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