This is the command pfscat that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
pfscat - Concatenate frames in PFS stream
pfscat [--horizontal] [--vertical] [-j <type>] [-R <val>] [-G <val>] [-B <val>] [-Y <val>]
[--help] image1.pfs image2.pfs ...
Read number of frames as input, stitch them either horizontally or vertically, and produce
single frame as output. If frames are not all the same size they are justified with each
other - by default they are centered, but can also be flushed with a specified edge.
Stitch frames horizontally.
Stitch frames vertically.
Specify justification of input frames. Predefined types are: min, max, center.
-R <val>, -G <val>, -B <val>
Color of an extra space in a resulting image. Default color is black, and if some
of the components is not specified, its value is set to 0.0.
Color of an extra space in luminance mode.
Print a list of commandline options.
pfsinmulti anim1_%04d.hdr anim2_%04d.hdr -- pfscat @1 @2 --vertical
Stitch two hdr animations in vertical alignment. 'pfscat' is taken as an argument
by 'pfsinmulti', therefore it must be preceded with '--'. Number of @1 @2 ... @n
arguments must be the same as number of animations to combine.
Note that either --horizontal or --vertical option must be specified.
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