A Java based conversion tool that creates a PDF document with a page for each image file. The image can be rotated to best fit the page. Other options allow for the page to be rotated to best fit the image, landscape or portrait, no auto rotation.
- Convert image files to a multipaged PDF.
- Command line driven.
- Landscape or Portrait options.
- Auto rotate the page or image to best fit.
- Images automatically scaled to best fit the page.
Following devfirst's comment I placed all my images in a folder and ran this: "img2pdf imgs\*jpg output.pdf" It worked well after making sure all my names were named properly (i.e. changing 1-xxx.jpg ... 20-xxx.jpg to 001.jpg, 020.jpg and so on). The only little hitch was that my images were not A4 size and they were all aligned to the left rather than centred. Not really much of a problem, but it's not ideal.
Great app! I cannot believe such a tiny app did the job like a chime. One tip: If you have image file like a1.jpg, a2.jpg, ..., a9.jpg, a10.jpg, a11.jpg, ..., a72.jpg. you could place all the a1.jpg, ..., a9.jpg in a1\ folder, and a10.jpg, ..., a72.jpg in a2\ folder, then run this: img2pdf.exe a1\*jpg a2\*jpg output.pdf
I'm not a developer, i always use this free online image to pdf converter online merge from pdfcoding.com .
This worked perfectly.
Kelvin's review is spam, this tool is great! Super easy to use, does exactly what it should.