PDF Merger for Mac question. How to extract pages from different PDF files and merge them into one single PDF file?

I am thinking about buying PDF Merger for Mac but I'm not sure it will do what I want.

Basically does PDF Merger have a command line or support a "plan" file?

More specifically, I have a number of PDF files that need to be merged into one new PDF file. The sequence of pages in the new PDF is not linear -- for example, it might be page 1 from file A, the page 1 from file B, then page 2 from A, then page 7 from C, etc. I can describe the whole sequence, but I need to be able to do the same merge multiple times after the source PDF files change. I will go nuts if I have to do the sequence in the GUI and I can't possibly do it without error if I have to re-specify the sequence each time -- it is >200 pages long from about 10 files and complicated. Can I do this with a command line or a "plan" file?

Also, I need to add page numbers at the end. I own Adobe Acrobat so I can use that to do it, but it would be convenient if there was a command line tool. Do any of your products support that?

Thanks!
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The Windows version of PDF Split-Merge Command Line software does support this "plan" file, but PDF Merger for Mac hasn't this function yet.

Please download PDF Split-Merge Command Line for Windows from following web page,

http://www.verypdf.com/app/pdf-split-merge/try-and-buy.html#buy-cmd
http://www.verypdf.com/pdfpg/pdfpg.exe

after you install it, you can run following command line to merge page ranges from different PDF files into one output PDF file easily,

"C:\Program Files (x86)\VeryPDF PDF Split-Merge v3.0\pdfpg.exe" "D:\A.pdf,1-5" "D:\B.pdf,2-4" "D:\C.pdf,20-30" D:\out.pdf

We hoping PDF Split-Merge Command Line for Windows will solve this problem to you, you may download it to try.

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