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

<header>
<h1>mutool draw</h1>
</header>

<article>

<p>
The draw command will render a document to image files, convert to
another vector format, or extract the text content.

<pre>
mutool draw [options] file [pages]
</pre>

<p>
The supported input document formats are: pdf, xps, cbz, and epub.

<p>
The supported output image formats are: pbm, pgm, ppm, pam, png,
pwg, pcl and ps. The supported output vector formats are: svg, pdf,
and debug trace (as xml). The supported output text formats are: plain
text, html, and structured text (as xml).

<p>
Options:

<dl>
<dt> -p password
<dd> Use the specified password if the file is encrypted.

<dt> -o output
<dd> The output format is inferred from the output filename. Embed
%d in the name to indicate the page number (for example:
"page%d.png"). Printf modifiers are supported, for example "%03d". If no
output is specified, the output will go to stdout.

<dt> -F format
<dd> Enforce a specific output format. Only necessary when outputting
to stdout since normally the output filename is used to infer
the output format.

<dt> -R angle
<dd> Rotate clockwise by given number of degrees.

<dt> -r resolution
<dd> Render the page at the specified resolution. The default
resolution is 72 dpi.

<dt> -w width
<dd> Render the page at the specified width (or, if the -r flag is
used, render with a maximum width).

<dt> -h height
<dd> Render the page at the specified height (or, if the -r flag is
used, render with a maximum height).

<dt> -f
<dd> Fit exactly; ignore the aspect ratio when matching specified
width/heights.

<dt> -B bandheight
<dd> Render in banded mode with each band no taller than the given
height. This uses less memory during rendering. Only compatible
with pam, pgm, ppm, pnm and png output formats. Banded rendering
and md5 checksumming may not be used at the same time.

<dt> -W width
<dd> Page width in points for EPUB layout.

<dt> -H height
<dd> Page height in points for EPUB layout.

<dt> -S size
<dd> Font size in points for EPUB layout.

<dt> -U filename
<dd> User CSS stylesheet for EPUB layout.

<dt> -c colorspace
<dd> Render in the specified colorspace. Supported colorspaces are:
mono, gray, grayalpha, rgb, rgbalpha, cmyk, cmykalpha. Some
abbreviations are allowed: m, g, ga, rgba, cmyka. The default
is chosen based on the output format.

<dt> -G gamma
<dd> Apply gamma correction. Some typical values are 0.7 or 1.4 to
thin or darken text rendering.

<dt> -I
<dd> Invert colors.

<dt> -s [mft5]
<dd> Show various bits of information: m for glyph cache and total
memory usage, f for page features such as whether the page is
grayscale or color, t for per page rendering times as well
statistics, and 5 for md5 checksums of rendered images that can
be used to check if rendering has changed.

<dt> -A bits
<dd> Specify how many bits of anti-aliasing to use. 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> -D
<dd> Disable use of display lists. May cause slowdowns, but should
reduce the amount of memory used.

<dt> -i
<dd> Ignore errors.

<dt> -L
<dd> Low memory mode (avoid caching objects by clearing cache after each page).

<dt> -P
<dd> Run interpretation and rendering at the same time.

<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".

</dl>

</article>

<footer>
<a href="http://www.artifex.com/"><img src="artifex-logo.png" align="right"></a>
Copyright &copy; 2006-2018 Artifex Software Inc.
</footer>

</body>
</html>