OSSIM Command Line Interface

Provides access to many high-level functions available in OSSIM and associated plugins.


ossim-cli <command> [command options and parameters]
ossim-cli --spec <command-spec-file>
ossim-cli --version
ossim-cli help <command> -- To get help on specific command.

Available commands:

atp -- Provides automatic tiepoint generation functionality. This tool uses JSON format to communicate requests and results.
bandmerge -- Merges multiple band files into a single RGB image.
dem -- Provides DEM generation functionality. This tool uses JSON format to communicate requests and results.
hillshade -- Computes shaded representation of input elevation surface with specified lighting parameters.
hlz -- Computes bitmap of helicopter landing zones given ROI and DEM.
info -- Dumps metadata information about input image and OSSIM in general.
ortho -- Utility for orthorectifying and reprojecting image data.
pointcloud -- Utility class for generating point-cloud-derived image products.
potrace -- Computes vector representation of input raster image.
remap -- Performs remap to 8-bit including optional histogram stretch and saves the corresponding external geometry file.
shoreline -- Computes bitmap of water versus land areas in an input image.
slope -- Utility for computing the slope at each elevation post and generating a corresponding slope image.
subimage -- Tool for extracting a sub-image from a full image. No reprojection is done. Presently, the subimage geometry is represented by an RPC replacement model until generic models can support subimage chipping.
vertices -- Utility for determining the active image corner vertices inside larger null-filled image rectangle.
viewshed -- Computes bitmap image representing the viewshed from specified location using only DEM information.

ossim-cli provides a "tool" plugin design that enables high-level functionality to be included via plugin libraries. The plugin will need to register the tool (i.e., the class executing the functionality) with the tool registry.

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