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This script acts as a graphical user interface for the "imf_copy.exe" program. It's primary use is to convert images to the .map file format, but will work on all file formats that imf_copy supports.
This script can operate on more than one file node at a time in the non-collate mode. If the collate option is chosen, the script will collate the selected files into one flie, with the first selection being the largest according to imf_copy.
A read out of what imf_copy is doing is printed in the script editor. This is not a mel command or script, but the command passed to the command shell.
Once the script is executed, the file node will point to the newly created file, or if the collation option is chosen, a new file node is created pointing to the new file.
The file name read out at the top of the interface will give an idea of what the output will be in regard to file name and extensions. This will update as the strip extensions check box is changed, as the the collate option is changed, and as the output format is changed.