usage: prog [options] --stackname myfile.hdf <image1> <image2> <image3> ...
	This program will combine many image files into a single output file. 
	If the output name has a ".lst" extension:
	the output is a formatted text file, one line per image, describing the file containing the actual
	image data in a searchable form. .lst files can be used as if they contained actual images in any
	EMAN2 programs.
	If the output is a normal image file (.hdf, .spi, etc.) then the images will be copied into the
	output file sequentially in the order provided on the command-line. Some file formats will not
	support multiple images, or multiple volumes. Appropriate errors will be raised in these cases.
	HDF is the only format supporting full metadata retention for stacks of images or volumes.
	The output file will be emptied and overwritten!

Option Type Description
--version None show program's version number and exit
--output str Name of the output stack to build (Extension will be .hdf unless specified). Note, all tiltseries will be stored in the 'tiltseries' directory.
--tilts None Write results to 'tiltseries' directory in current project.
--guess None Guess how to split micrographs into tilt series and the order of images in each tilt series from file names. Tilt angles must be incuded in file names. May and may not work depending on the file name format...
--guesscol int column to separate tilt series if the guess mode fails
--ppid int Set the PID of the parent process, used for cross platform PPID
--verbose, -v int verbose level [0-9], higher number means higher level of verboseness
--tltang str a text file for tilt angle. will sort the images in each stack accrodingly