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MTLANTER

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: 2021-06-25
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NAME

mtlanter - Landscape terraformer explorer  

SYNOPSIS

mtlanter [ OPTIONS ]... [ FILENAME ]  

DESCRIPTION

mtlanter visually explores an OpenGL scene containing a terraformed landscape. Left mouse click to move the camera in that given direction, right click to tilt the camera in that direction. Use the Arrow Keys to move, with Shift to move more quickly, or the Ctrl key to shift the view in that direction. The F1 key prints the current position to stdout. The s key dumps the current image to the user's home directory. The Home key returns to the start position. The Escape key terminates the program, when not processing. The End key Redraws the current view. Zoom in and out using the keys Page Up, Page Down, with Shift to speed this up. In animation mode, the Escape key terminates the job.  

OPTIONS

--version

Output version information and exit.

-dir STRING

Output directory for saving animation frames.

-fps INTEGER

Frames per second of the animation (10 to 120). Default = 60.

-oh INTEGER

Fix output pixmap height (128 to 15360). Default = 0, which allows the window to resize.

-ow INTEGER

Fix output pixmap width (128 to 15360). Default = 0, which allows the window to resize.

-prefs STRING

Use this file for GUI program preferences (e.g. window position).

-savemap STRING

Save the map data to this TSV file.

-seed INTEGER

Set the PRNG seed to this before generating the landscape. Default = 0.

-size INTEGER

Set the size of the landscape (4 to 10). Default = 6 : (1 << 6)+1 = 65 rows.

-tsv STRING

Create an animation using this TSV file.

-v

Verbose.
 

EXAMPLE

mtlanter -ow 1920 -oh 1080 -tsv test/lanter_001_lights.tsv  

FILES

~/.config/mtlanter/prefs.txt

Default file used for storing user preferences.
 

HOMEPAGE

http://ced.marktyler.org/  

AUTHOR

Mark Tyler


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
EXAMPLE
FILES
HOMEPAGE
AUTHOR

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