MirOS Manual: vdltodmx(1)


vdltodmx(1)         UNIX Programmer's Manual          vdltodmx(1)

NAME

     vdltodmx - dmx configuration file parser and printer

SYNOPSIS

     vdltodmx infile outfile

DESCRIPTION

     vdltodmx reads the input file, which should be in VDL confi-
     guration file format. After a successful parse, a file in
     Xdmx configuration file format is written to the output
     file.

     The VDL file format is used with xmovie, which is available
     from http://www.llnl.gov/icc/lc/img/xmovie/xmovie.html

EXAMPLE

     Given the following VDL-format file:
          0
          2

          2560 2048 Left two-thirds [restrict=*:2]
          2
          :2.1 1280 2048   0    0 0 0
          :2.2 1280 2048   1280 0 0 0
          4
          1280 1024 0      0
          1280 1024 0      1024
          1280 1024 1280   0
          1280 1024 1280   1024

          2560 2048 Right two-thirds [restrict=*:2]
          2
          :2.2 1280 2048   0   0 0 0
          :2.3 1280 2048   1280 0 0 0
          4
          1280 1024 1280    0
          1280 1024 1280    1024
          1280 1024 2560 0
          1280 1024 2560 1024
     the following DMX-format file will be produced:

          virtual "Left two-thirds" 2560x2048 {
              display :2.1 1280x2048;
              display :2.2 1280x2048 @1280x0;
          }

          virtual "Right two-thirds" 2560x2048 {
              display :2.2 1280x2048;
              display :2.3 1280x2048 @1280x0;
          }

XFree86                   Version 4.5.0                         1

vdltodmx(1)         UNIX Programmer's Manual          vdltodmx(1)

BUGS

     If the VDL file is not in the expected format, the program
     will probably dump core.

SEE ALSO

     Xdmx(1), xdmxconfig(1), vdl(3), xmovie(1)

XFree86                   Version 4.5.0                         2

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