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dir2slideshow(1)		 dvd-slideshow		      dir2slideshow(1)

NAME
       dir2slideshow  -	 Creates an input file for dvd-slideshow from pictures
       in a directory.

SYNOPSIS
       dir2slideshow [-o <output directory>] [-t <Seconds  per	picture>]  [-c
       <Crossfade  seconds>]  -n <Slideshow name> [-T] [-M] [-s subtitle_text]
       [-notitle] <Images directory>

DESCRIPTION
       Creates a input file for dvd-slideshow from all the JPEG	 images	 in  a
       given  directory.  Now it reads all .jpg .JPG .jpeg .png and .PNG files
       in the specified directory.

OPTIONS
       [-o <Output directory>]
	      Directory where the output file will be written.	If not	speci‐
	      fied, the current directory is used.

       [-t <Seconds per picture>]
	      Number  of  seconds  to  display	each  picture  in  the	movie.
	      Defaults to 5 seconds if not specified.

       [-c <Crossfade seconds>]
	      Number of seconds to crossfade between  images.  One  second  is
	      usually  fine.  Note that this will increase the processing time
	      considerably, but it looks nice.

       [-w <Wipe seconds>]
	      Number of seconds to wipe between images. One second is  usually
	      fine.  Pick either crossfade or wipe, but not both.

       -n <Slideshow name>
	      The  name	 of  this slideshow.  This name is used as the default
	      title text for the first title slide in the slideshow. This name
	      will  be	used (converting spaces to underscores) for the output
	      file name.

       [-T]   Sort images by the JPEG header picture taken time, then  by  the
	      file  modification  date,	 and  finally by the filename. Default
	      sort is by name only. Requires the jhead program.

       [-M]   Sort images by the file modification date, and then by the file‐
	      name. Default sort if by name only.

       [-s subtitle_text]
	      Add  default  subtitle  "subtitle_text" to every slide.  Use "-s
	      filename" to display filename as the subtitle.  Use "-s path" to
	      display the path and filename as the subtitle.

       [-s subtitle_text]
	      Add  default  subtitle  "subtitle_text" to every slide.  Use "-s
	      filename" to display filename as the subtitle.  Use "-s path" to
	      display the path and filename as the subtitle.

       [-s2 subtitle_text]
	      Same as -s but adds subtitles to subtitle track 2.

       [-notitle]
	      Do not create a title slide.

       [-b background.jpg]
	      Use background.jpg as the background images.  Default is black.

       [-r]   Recursively  search  directories for images, creating one output
	      file.

       [-k]   Apply random kenburns effects to images.

       [-p]   Use PAL output video format instead of NTSC

       [-theme themename]
	      Use themename as a theme file.  See theme help  files  for  more
	      info. (TBD)

       [-a audiofile1,audiofile2,...]
	      Add  audio  files to the slideshow. Files will be played sequen‐
	      tially for the duration of the slideshow.	  Use  quotes  if  you
	      have spaces in filenames.

       <Images directory>
	      The path to the directory containing the images you want to use.

EXAMPLES
       http://dvd-slideshow.sourceforge.net

AUTHORS
       Scott Dylewski <scott at dylewski dot com>
       http://dvd-slideshow.sourceforge.net/

SEE ALSO
       dvd-menu(1), dvd-slideshow(1)

Scott Dylewski			     0.8.1		      dir2slideshow(1)
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