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Command Line Usage

There are two methods for running the vrimg2exr converter from the command line. In both cases, the original .vrimg file is not deleted.

Converting a single .vrimg file to a single .exr file:

> vrimg2exr  <vrimg _file> <exr_file> [options]

In this case, the <vrimg_file> cannot contain wildcards. Note that the .exr extension is not added automatically to the output file name.

Converting multiple .vrimg files to multiple .exr files:

> vrimg2exr  <vrimg_wildcard>  [options]

In this case, <vrimg_wildcard> can contain the wild-card symbols '*' and '?'; the .vrimg files will automatically be converted to OpenEXR files with the .exr file extension.

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Under Linux and OS X, parameters with wildcards must be placed within apostrophe symbols -'image_wildcard'. Otherwise the command line shell will automatically expand the wildcard into file list, which will force the program to terminate.