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DJVUPS(1)                        DjVuLibre-3.5                       DJVUPS(1)

       djvups - Convert DjVu documents to PostScript.

       djvups  [options] [djvufile] [outputfile]

       This  program  decodes  DjVu file djvufile, and generates a PostScript file named outputfile.  The DjVu data is
       read from the standard input when argument djvufile is not specified or when it is  equal  to  a  single  dash.
       Similarly, the output data is written to the standard output when argument outputfile is not specified or equal
       to a single dash.

       PostScript printers have various capabilities.  Investigate options -level and -gray  for  obtaining  the  best

       -help  Prints the list of recognized options.

              Displays a progress bar.

              Specify the document pages to be converted.  The page specification pagespec contains one or more comma-
              separated page ranges.  A page range is either a page number, or two page numbers separated by  a  dash.
              Specification 1-10, for instance, prints pages 1 to 10.  Specification 1,3,99999-4 prints pages 1 and 3,
              followed by all the document pages in reverse order up to page 4.

              Produce a PostScript file.  This is the default.

              Produce an Encapsulated PostScript file.  Encapsulated  PostScript  files  are  suitable  for  embedding
              images  into other documents.  Encapsulated PostScript file can only contain a single page. Setting this
              option overrides the options -copies, -orientation, -zoom, -cropmarks, and -booklet.

              Specify the number of copies to print.

              Specify whether pages should be printed using the auto, portrait, or landscape orientation.

              Specify how pages should be decoded.  The default mode, color, renders all the layers of the DjVu  docu-
              ments.   Mode  black  only  renders  the  foreground layer mask.  This mode does not work with DjVuPhoto
              images because these files have no foreground layer mask.  Modes foreground and background  only  render
              the foreground layer or the background layer of a DjVuDocument image.

              Specify a zoom factor zoomspec.  The default zoom factor, auto, scales the image to fit the page.  Argu-
              ment zoomspec also can be a number in range 25 to 2400 representing a magnification percentage  relative
              to the original size of the document.

              Specifying  yes  causes the generation of a thin gray border representing the boundaries of the document
              pages.  The default is no.

              Specifying yes causes the generation of crop marks indicating where pages should be cut.  The default is

              Select  the language level of the generated PostScript.  languagelevel.  Valid language levels are 1, 2,
              and 3.  Level 3 produces the most compact and fast printing PostScript files.  Some of these files  how-
              ever  require  a very modern printer.  Level 2 is the default value.  The generated PostScript files are
              almost as compact and work with all but the oldest PostScript printers.  Level 1 can be used as  a  last
              resort option.

              The  default  value,  yes, generates a color PostScript file.  Specifying value no converts the image to
              gray scale.  The resulting PostScript file is smaller and marginally more portable.

       -gray  This option is equivalent to option -color=no and is provided for convenience.

              The default value, yes, generates a PostScript file using device independent colors in  compliance  with
              the  sRGB  specification.  Modern printers then produce colors that match the original as well as possi-
              ble.  Specifying value no generates a PostScript file using device dependent colors.  This is  sometimes
              useful with older printers.  You can then use option -gamma to tune the output colors.

              Specify  a  gamma correction factor for the device dependent PostScript colors.  Argument gammaspec must
              be in range 0.3 to 5.0.  Gamma correction normally pertains to cathodic screens only.  It gets  meaning-
              ful  for  printers  because  several models interpret device dependent RGB colors by emulating the color
              response of a cathodic tube.

              Turns the booklet printing mode on.  The booklet mode prints two pages on each side in  a  way  suitable
              for  making  a  booklet  by  folding the sheets. Option opt can take values no for disabling the booklet
              mode, yes for enabling the recto/verso booklet mode, and recto or verso to print only one side  of  each

              Specifies  the maximal number of pages per booklet.  A single printout might then be composed of several
              booklets. Argument max is rounded up to the next multiple of 4.  Specifying 0 sets no maximal number  of
              pages and ensures that the printout will produce a single booklet.  This is the default.

              Specifies  a  positive  or  negative  offset  applied   to  the  verso of each sheet.  Argument align is
              expressed in points (one point is 1/72th of an inch, or 0.352 millimeter) This is  useful  with  certain
              printers to ensure that both recto and verso are properly aligned.  The default value is of course 0.

              Specifies the extra margin left  between both pages on a single sheet.  The base value base is expressed
              in points (one point is 1/72th of an inch, or 0.352 millimeter). This margin  is  incremented  for  each
              outer sheet by value incr expressed in millipoints. The default value is 18+200.

       This   program   was   written  by  Leon  Bottou  <>,  Andrei  Erofeev  <andrew_ero->, and Florin Nicsa.

       djvu(1), ddjvu(1).  djview(1)

DjVuLibre-3.5                     01/18/2003                         DJVUPS(1)