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pcltiff converts a PCL-4/5 file into a raster image stored in a TIFF file.
If the -o option is not used to name an output file, the output file is named
by taking the input file name and adding
If the filename already ends in a "." extension, then the extension is
No input file or a file with the name `-' implies standard input.
asciitiff -O ovfile -P 2 ...causes asciitiff to overlay the second page of ovfile on every page rendered by asciitiff. This option only makes sense when used with the above -O option and with a multi-page overlay file.
In the interests of performance and cost, the PCL-5 interpreter does not implement the entire PCL-5 control language. In particular, the control sequences related to the print model, and HP-GL graphics are not implemented. Note also that because of the large number of fonts supported, the PCL interpreter does not support partial font specification using font selection priority. It is recommended that fonts be selected by specifying all important font characteristics (i.e. symbol set, spacing, pitch, height, style, stroke weight, and typeface).
asciitiff, convert, dpstiff, tifftiff