Lossless conversion of raster images to PDF
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This program will take a list of raster images and produce a PDF file with the images embedded in it. JPEG and JPEG2000 images will be included without recompression. Raster images in other formats will be included with zip/flate encoding which usually leads to an increase in the resulting size because formats like png compress better than PDF which just zip/flate compresses the RGB data. As a result, this tool is able to losslessly wrap images into a PDF container with a quality to filesize ratio that is typically better (in case of JPEG and JPEG2000 images) or equal (in case of other formats) than that of existing tools.

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nowakowski 10 months ago

At first I thought it would take too long to create a PDF from, let's say, 14 JPGs without a GUI. However, it takes surprisingly little time. I set Nemo and terminal next to each other, type "img2pdf" and then drag all the pictures, one by one, to the terminal. At the end I add "-o something.pdf", hit enter and in a moment PDF is created. Of course it would be nice to have a simple tool with GUI, but still img2pdf is very nice.

al7aker 2 years ago

nice tools thank you