Published by Utility Warrior on 13 May 2013
"Convert images into PDF from command line"Image to PDF converts many image formats (JPEG, JPG, TIFF, TIF, PNG, GIF, BMP, WMF, EMF, PCX, TGA) into PDF documents from a command line (or batch file) with parameters that control it's operation.
Image to PDF is NOT an Adobe Acrobat plug-in and it does NOT require Adobe Acrobat in order to run or produce PDF documents.
Combine up to 2000 images into one PDF document or convert each image into it's own separate PDF document.
Supports multi-page TIFFs.
Bates page/document numbering.
PDF/A (1A 1B).
Supports OCR'd text extraction from TIFF images (produced by Microsoft Document Imaging).
40 or 128 bit encryption.
Include a clickable (to URL) image stamp (eg logo) on each page of the output PDF document.
Rotate images by a fixed amount or automatically so that all images are in Portrait or Landscape orientation (images can also be flipped).
Produce a simple full screen PDF slideshow complete with transitions between pages.
Image filenames can contain the wildcard characters * and ?
Recurse down sub-directories when matching with wildcard image filenames.
Password protect output PDF document.
Optional borders between image and edge of PDF page.
Include a bookmark in the output PDF for each image.
Set the DPI resolution of the output PDF to between 9 and 2880 DPI or use actual image DPI.
Set PDF permissions to restrict printing, copying and modification.
Set PDF meta information (author, title, subject, keywords, creator, producer, creation date).
Set preferred PDF viewer options (center window, hide toolbar, hide menu bar, hide window user interface, fit window, page mode none/outlines/thumbnails/full screen, page layout single page/one column/two column left/two column right).
Optionally delete all converted images once the PDF document has been successfully produced.
+ Many more features - see web.
Free upgrades to all future versions!
Requirements: Minimum: Intel Pentium processor or equivalent, 16 Mb RAM, 2Mb disk space
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