Convert files at the command line with this Pandoc cheat sheet

Download new cheat sheet of common Pandoc options and handy syntax for frequently used conversions.
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Pandoc is an incredible command-line tool for converting documents between all manner of digital formats. Pandoc is to documents what FFMPEG is to video or ImageMagick is to images. Of course, when a tool can do as much as Pandoc, a series of options stops resembling a command and starts looking more like a magical incantation.

I've put together a cheat sheet to hopefully help with some of the more common options and some handy short syntax for frequently used conversions. I actually used this document as a reference for Pandoc while I was writing it. With any luck, you'll find it just as useful.

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Jason van Gumster mostly makes stuff up. He writes, animates, and occasionally teaches, all using open source tools. He's run a small, independent animation studio, wrote Blender For Dummies and GIMP Bible, and continues to blurt out his experiences during a [sometimes] weekly podcast, the Open Source Creative Podcast. Adventures (and lies) at @monsterjavaguns.

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