-oper key is used to add and adjust operations before saving images. Use it to specify or adjust any operation available in the program. The general appearance of the key is as follows:
-oper [Operation] [Parameter 1]:[Value 1]…[Parameter N]:[Value N]
Parameter - operation parameter name. Can accept a large variety of values. Each operation has its own, often unique, parameters. For more information, refer to sections describing operations of interest.
Value - operation parameter value. Can accept various values depending on the specified parameter and the selected operation. For more information, refer to sections describing operations of interest.
Be careful when specifying parameter names and values. For correct names and values, refer to sections describing operations of interest.
We are constantly improving the program, so the list of available operations can be enhanced from time to time.
Operations with all their parameters can be specified in scripts. If you use scripts, use -oper key only if you want to add an operation to existing ones.
Example:ICPCL.exe -script "tobmpwithreplace.icp" -oper ReplaceColor tolerance:5
Use several -oper keys to add several operations in one command line.
If several operations before saving are specified in the command line, they will be executed according to their order in the line.