Image2PDF max number of input TIFs

I’m currently running a fully licensed version of Image2PDF OCR Command Line v3.2.  What is the maximum number of individual TIF images that can be specified to create a PDF.  For example can I feed in over 100 individual TIF images.  For example,

Img2PDF.exe -o F:\output.pdf F:\input1.tf F:\input2.tif…..F:\input100.tif

If there is a limit, does that exist if you read in a folder rather than feed individual TIFs to the command line string?
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The length of command line is limited by Windows system, it is maybe not long than 4096 characters.

You can place all TIFF files to a folder, then you can use following command lines to convert all TIFF files from these folders into one PDF file, for example,

1.Convert one folder in to a pdf file:

Img2PDF.exe -o F:\output.pdf F:\inputdir

2.Convert multi folder into a pdf file:

Img2PDF.exe -o F:\output.pdf F:\inputdir1 F:\inputdir2

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