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rsvg - Unix, Linux Command


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NAME

rsvg - Turn SVG files into raster images.

SYNOPSIS

rsvg [options] in.svg out.png

DESCRIPTION

RSVG coverts SVG images into PNG, JPEG, and ICO raster images.

OPTIONS

TagDescription
-d --dpi-x number
  Set the X resolution of the image in pixels per inch. RSVG’s current default is 90dpi
-p --dpi-y number
  Set the Y resolution of the image in pixels per inch. RSVG’s current default is 90dpi
-x --x-zoom number
  X Zoom factor, as a percentage. If unspecified, 1.0 is used as the default.
-y --y-zoom number
  Y Zoom factor, as a percentage. If unspecified, 1.0 is used as the default.
-w --width integer
  Specify how wide you wish the image to be. If unspecified, the natural width of the image is used as the default.
-h --height integer
  Specify how tall you wish the image to be. If unspecified, the natural height of the image is used as the default.
-f --format [png, jpeg, ico]
  Specify the output format you wish the image to be saved in. If unspecified, PNG is used as the default.
-q --quality integer
  Specify JPEG compression factor. Number must be between 1 and 100, inclusive.
-v --version
  Display what version of rsvg this is.

MORE INFORMATION

http://librsvg.sourceforge.net/ http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG11/ http://www.gnome.org/

AUTHORS

Dom Lachowicz (cinamod@hotmail.com), Caleb Moore (c.moore@student.unsw.edu.au), and a host of others.

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