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transform-points

Synopsis

transform-points [options]
transform-points <input> <output> [options]

Description

Applies one or more transformations to a set of points. Input point x, y, and z coordinates are either read from STDIN (space separated) or from a point set file. The corresponding transformed coordinates are then written either to STDOUT or an output point set file, respectively. If multiple transformations are specified, these are applied in the order as they appear on the command line.

Command options

-dofin <file>...

Transformation file. (default: identity)

-invert

Invert preceding transformation. (default: no)

-source <image>

Reference source image. (default: none)

-target <image>

Reference target image. (default: none)

-partial <n>

Transform the first n points and copy the rest. (default: #points)

-normals

Whether to recompute normals of input surface mesh. (default: off)

-point-normals

Whether to recompute point normals of input surface mesh. (default: off)

-cell-normals

Whether to recompute cell normals of input surface mesh. (default: off)

-compress, -nocompress

Enable/disable compression of XML VTK file. (default: on)

-ascii

Set file type of output legacy VTK file to ASCII. (default: input file type)

-binary

Set file type of output legacy VTK file to BINARY. (default: input file type)

Standard options

-v, -verbose [n]

Increase/Set verbosity of output messages. (default: 0)

-debug [level]

Increase/Set debug level for output of intermediate results. (default: 0)

-version [major.minor]

Print version and exit or set version to emulate.

-revision

Print revision (or version) number only and exit.

-h, -help

Print help and exit.