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=head1 NAME

PTBatcher - CLI interface to Hugin Batch processor

=head1 SYNOPSIS

B<PTBatcher> [options] -a I<input.pto>

=head1 DESCRIPTION

B<PTBatcher> Queues and processes stitching projects.  Functionality is similar
to the the GUI Hugin Batch Processor.  The default action with the B<-a>
parameter is to add the specified project to the stitching queue and exit.

The stitching queue may be processed by the GUI Hugin Batch Processor
application, or by B<PTBatcher> without a GUI, but not by both at the same
time.  To process the queue with B<PTBatcher> use the B<-b> parameter.

=head1 OPTIONS

=over

=item B<-a> file

add project to queue. Unless -o option is present, the default prefix is appointed.

=item B<-o>

output prefix (together with -a option)

=item B<-l>

list all projects in batch queue

=item B<-c>

clear all projects from batch queue

=item B<-x> id

remove project with specified id

=item B<-r>

reset all projects to waiting status

=item B<-b>

start batch process

=item B<-p>

use parallel processing (together with -b option)

=item B<-d>

delete .pto files when complete (together with -b option)

=item B<-s>

shutdown computer when complete (together with -b option)

=item B<-v>

verbose mode

=item B<-h>

print this help

=back

=head1 SEE ALSO

hugin(1) PTBatcherGUI(1)

=head1 AUTHORS

Thomas Modes, Marko Kuder