Woolz Image Processing  Version 1.7.0
Name
WlzSplitMontage - splits a montage image, one that is composed of several axis aligned rectangular component images separated a gap.
Synopsis
WlzSplitMontage [-h] [-v] [-a <min area>] [-b <base>] [-g <gap value>]
                [-f <fmt>] [-F <fmt>] [-t <tol>]
                [-w <border width>] <path to image file>
Options
-h Prints usage information.
-v Be verbose, probably only useful for debugging.
-A Use letters rather than numbers to distinguish component files.
-a Minimum area for the each of the extracted components.
-b Base for output file name (the default is the input file name base).
-f Input image format, default is to use the input file extension.
-F Output image format, default is same as input.
-g Border value which must either be a single value of a comma separated triple of values (red,green,blue).
-t Tolerance (percentage) for the gap value.
-w Width of border added to extracted components.
Description
Splits a montage image, one that is composed of several axis aligned rectangular component images separated by a gap, with the gap having either a single value or a narrow range of values. The component images are each output to a separate file in raster scan order from top left to bottom right (approximately).
Examples
WlzSplitMontage -g 255 img.jpg
Splits the montage file img.jpg, which has pure white gaps separating the component images. The component images are written to the files img000001.jpg, img000002.jpg, etc..
File
WlzSplitMontage.c
See Also
WlzIntro(1) WlzLabel(1) WlzThreshold(1) WlzSplitImage(1)