What does it take to convert an image from one format to another? Just open the source in a converter application and then save it in the format you need. That simple! Or is it really?
For a handful of pictures, its a great approach indeed. But what are you going to do with dozens, hundreds or even thousands of images that are to be converted to PDF? Not many converters will even want deal with your job, since PDF is by much not an image format; besides, youll just click your mouse off trying to convert them the good old way.
Quit puzzling over this issue and let the computer finally do its job! Install Image to PDF Command Line Tool and simply type-in the conversion assignment in the DOS prompt. The software will automatically locate and convert your JPEG, TIFF, TIF, PNG, GIF, BMP, WMF, EMF, PCX and TGA images to one or multiple PDF documents.
The converter can automatically scan subfolders within a specified path, convert the found images to PDF, transform color images to grayscale and vice versa, recognize and extract texts from the images, add animated images, make graphical hyperlinks clickable, and protect the PDF document with password. There is much more to it, and this unprecedented power is controllable through the parameters entered in the command line when the converter is run.
This indeed is a brilliant discovery that can make the life easier and prettier. With a solution like Image to PDF Command Line Tool, you wont even have to touch your PC; the images will be converted to PDF automatically.
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