This page provides brief guides of Image to PDF Converter, Image to PDF Converter Command Line, Image to PDF OCR Converter, and Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line.
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You can download these applications on the download page. VeryPDF Image to PDF Converter and Image to PDF OCR Converter can be installed by running the executable installers. The command line version applications, Image to PDF Converter Command Line and Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line are instantly runnable after unpacking the downloaded packages.
The main interface of Image to PDF Converter is shown in Figure 1. You can add your image files in the file list in the lower part of the interface, under the preview area. Before converting the added images to PDF, you can set the options by clicking button Setting.
Figure 2 shows the setting dialog. In tab Save Mode, you can specify how the application saves the created PDF. In Base Setting tab, there are options for processing the images and setting the print DPI for created PDF. In tab PDF Info, you can set PDF tile, subject, author and keywords of PDF descriptions. Bookmarks tab is for setting bookmarks of created PDF in conversion. The last tab is for encrypting PDF. You can set a user password and/or owner password to protect your created PDF files.
Image to PDF Converter Command Line should be run in a MS-DOC command prompt window. After unpacking the package, you can run the application in a command prompt window. The command syntax rule is
img2pdf.exe [options] <-o output> <input images>
Where img2pdf is the name of executable file, options are for specifying conversion options, -o is to set the name of output PDF, and input images are a batch of image file names. The following is a practical example of running the program.
img2pdf -o C:\out.pdf c:\in1.tif c:\in2.jpg c:\in3.png>
This command line converts images in1.tif, in2.jpg, and in3.png to PDF out.pdf.
For more instructions of options, please run the program img2pdf.exe without any argument or option like
Except recognize text in image with Optical Character Recognition technology, Image to PDF OCR Converter has the same functions as those of Image to PDF Converter.The interface and basic operations are similar. The only difference in the interface is the Setting dialog. Figure 3 shows the dialog where you can see an additional tab OCR. Check the option OCR, and then the application will enable OCR technology in conversion from images to PDF.
In a command prompt window in Windows system, you can run the program of Image to PDF OCR Converter Command Line. The basic usage rule is
img2pdf -x 1 [options] <-o output> <input images>
The option -x 1 is used to enable OCR option. The program will recognize characters in images and create textual searchable PDF.
For example, the following command line is used to recognize the characters in image in.jpg, and save the output file as out.pdf.