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iprint [-H] [-C] [-F] [-x xoff] [-y yoff] [-w width] [-h height] ImageFile
Displays list of pixel values in RGBA order
-H in hexadecimal
-F in floating point 0. → 1.
-C in a compact form
iprint displays the R, G, B and Alpha values for an image as a long list of ascii text. By default, all pixel values are displayed - one pixel per line, with the X and Y coordinates followed by the R, G, B and Alpha values. The range is 0 to 255.
-x and -y
Specify x and y offsets to be applied to the picture, and -w and -h options specify width and height of a subframe, limiting what is displayed.
Indicates that the pixel values should be displayed in hexadecimal rather than the default decimal values.
Indicates that the pixel values should be displayed in floating point format in the range 0 to 1 rather than the default decimal values.
Indicates that the pixel values should be displayed in a compact form. Instead of each pixel on a separate line, each pixel is separated by two spaces, and each scanline starting a new line. This form is usable by other Houdini tools which utilize arrays.
Indicates that the pixel values should be displayed in the form of a Houdini ascii channel file with no headers and one row per scanline. Any combination of r,g,b and a may be given to select which of the red, green, blue or alpha pixel values should be output.
!iprint RenderedFrame.pic 0 1: 255 255 255 255 1 2: 255 204 0 255 [...638 more lines follow...]