Image to PDF
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Batch import image files to .pdf format.   Demo ($39.95)
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Image to PDF is an easy to use converter that allows users to import thousands of image files, including multipage tiff images, and convert those files to pdf format. The Image to PDF converter is extremely fast and convert/create 10s of thousands of pdf files in no time at all. Just select a folder(s) containing image files and Image to PDF will do the rest.
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Version 1.0.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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JOSHR tipped on 30 Jul 2008
Fyi, Mac OS X Preview works for converting multiple images into a single PDF very easily.

1. Drag folder of images onto Preview application
2. Drag thumbnails in sidebar to order
3. Command-A to select all
4. Command-P to print -> save to PDF

Save your $40
[Version 1.0.1]


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Mark Everitt commented on 29 Jul 2008
If you're prepared to spend a little time learning a couple of terminal commands then Imagemagick is capable of doing stuff like this for free, and it's a cross platform standard. If you have a particular set of commands you always use then you can wrap your terminal commands into a bash script, apple script or even with automator.

Alternatively SIPS comes with osx, and although I've never used it I've been told that it provides similar functionality to Imagemagick.

Granted this isn't for everyone, but I highly recommend trying it out. Imagemagick is available from MacUpdate and it's very easy to get started.
[Version 1.0.1]

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Mark Everitt replied on 29 Jul 2008
A simple one to get you started. If you have a bunch of png image files in a folder you want to convert to pdf then open a terminal, cd to the directory and type the following:

mogrify -format pdf *.png

You will need to install imagemagick first. The equivalent in SIPS is something like:

mkdir outputdir
sips -s format pdf *.png --out outputdir

And everything to do that is already installed as standard!
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Red_State commented on 05 Jul 2008
OR...try saving a multi-page tiff image to a multipage PDF. This software fixes that and is more powerful than the simple feature of Automator.
[Version 1.0]


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Red_State commented on 05 Jul 2008
Try doing Save As...a thousand times. You will then see the usefulness of this utility.
[Version 1.0]


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Soap-On-A-Rope commented on 05 Jul 2008
Why would anyone pay $40 to do what they can already do for free using "Save As...." in Preview in Mac OS X?

Uselessware!
[Version 1.0]

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Red_State (developer) replied on 05 Jul 2008
Try doing Save As...a thousand times. You will then see the usefulness of this utility.

Educate yourself before posting please.

You only embarrass yourself.
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JOSHR commented on 30 Jul 2008
Actually, "Save As..." in Preview does work for converting multiple images into a single PDF very easily.

1. Select image files in Finder
2. Double-click to open in a single Preview window
3. Drag thumbnails in sidebar to order
4. Command-A to select all
5. Command-P to print -> save to PDF

Voila! No embarassment, no hassle, no $40. No offense to the developer, of course.
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Downloads:4,151
Version Downloads:3,891
Type:Utilities : File Management
License:Demo
Date:05 Aug 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $39.95
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Image to PDF is an easy to use converter that allows users to import thousands of image files, including multipage tiff images, and convert those files to pdf format. The Image to PDF converter is extremely fast and convert/create 10s of thousands of pdf files in no time at all. Just select a folder(s) containing image files and Image to PDF will do the rest.


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