podofocolor - modify colors in a PDF file.


   podofocolor [converter] [inputfile] [outpufile]


   podofocolor  is  one  of the command line tools from the PoDoFo library
   that provide several useful operations  to  work  with  colors  in  PDF
   files.  It  can  parse and/or modify all colors or colorspaces in a PDF
   file. The modifications can be defined via C++ or a Lua script.  Custom
   conversions  like  convert all colors to grayscale are included. Please
   note that only colors of vector objects on pages and  in  XObjects  are
   affected. This tool does not transform colos in images at the moment.


   [converter] can be any of
          dummy  -  Convert  all  colors  to  red.  Just  a dummy and test
          implementation which serves as an example for developers.
          grayscale - Convert all colors of vector objects  in  a  PDF  to
          lua  [script] - Convert all colors based on a Lua description. A
          lua script has to be passed as an additional parameter.


   podofobox(1),  podofocountpages(1),  podofocrop(1),   podofoencrypt(1),
   podofogc(1),  podofoimg2pdf(1),  podofoimgextract(1),  podofoimpose(1),
   podofomerge(1),      podofoincrementalupdates(1),       podofopages(1),
   podofopdfinfo(1),         podofotxt2pdf(1),        podofotxtextract(1),
   podofouncompress(1), podofoxmp(1)


   PoDoFo is written by Dominik Seichter <domseichter@web.de> and others.

   This manual page was written by Dominik  Seichter  <domseichter@web.de>
   for the PoDoFo Project (but may be used by others).

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