I’ve downloaded a trial of your tiff toolkit and it appears to be what I am looking for as a tool to prepare groups of image files for our library of legal images. However the CD’s I receive from the courthouse the files have numeric file extension names rather than “tif” even though they are ccitt group 3 (or group 4) tiff images. The files are single page/image type files and our index/library program is setup for multipage tiffs so I am looking to combine the single page files to a single volume to add to the index program. Testing it with your toolkit worked fine with 3 pages but I am wondering how well it works if I need to combine anywhere from 600 to 900 pages to a single file?
Also I did not see any way to add the files with the numeric file extension (these represent the actual page numbers of the document) without adding “.tif” to the file name. Doing this would add quite a bit of time to the process which I am attempting to streamline and simplify as much as possible for less technical folks. Is there some way to grab these files to add to the multipage image file?
Please download and install VeryPDF TIFF Toolkit from following web page first,
after you installed it, you can run following command line to combine all TIFF files into one single multi-page TIFF file,
for %F in (D:\temp\*.*) do “C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF TIFFToolkit\tiffcp.exe” -a “%F” D:\out.tif
above command line will combine all TIFF files in D:\temp folder into D:\out.tif file, you can modify input folder and output filename by yourself.