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What software is good to stitch together images into pdfs?

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diybookscanguy

What software is good to stitch together images into pdfs?

Post by diybookscanguy » 31 Jul 2011, 15:18

What software do you personally recommend?

loyukfai
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Re: What software is good to stitch together images into pdf

Post by loyukfai » 02 Aug 2011, 16:22

PC? Mac? Linux?

Personally I used PDFBeads, which runs on Ruby and is available on all 3 platforms.

There are numerous threads and posts about this, but you have to spend some time to check them out.

Cheers.

spamsickle
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Re: What software is good to stitch together images into pdf

Post by spamsickle » 03 Aug 2011, 18:30

I used to use ImageMagick to convert ST's TIFs into PDF, and PDFTK to stitch the PDFs into a single file.

ibr4him
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Re: What software is good to stitch together images into pdf

Post by ibr4him » 04 Aug 2011, 14:35

Acrobat Pro 10, since you said 'good' and didn't say 'open source'.

I use it personally, and love its performance.

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