This program is part of Netpbm.
pnmmontage packs images of differing sizes into a minimum-area compos-
ite image, optionally producing a C header file with the locations of
the subimages within the composite image.
-0, -1, ... -9
Using -9 is excessively slow on all but the smallest image sets. If
the input images differ in maxvals, then pnmmontage will pick the
smallest maxval which is evenly divisible by each of the maxvals of
the original images.
The minimum area arrangement is often not a convenient shape. For
example, it might be a tall, thin column of images, when you'd rather
have something more square. To force a minimum width or height, you
can include a strut image - a black image that wide and one pixel
high. Similarly, you can use a vertical strut to force a minimum
pnmcat, pnmindex, pnm, pam, pbm, pgm, ppm
pnmmontage was new in Netpbm 9.10 (January 2001).
Copyright (C) 2000 by Ben Olmstead.
netpbm documentation 03 November 2007 Pnmmontage User Manual(0)