Image to PDF Command Line Tool will convert one or more images into a PDF
document from the command line or from within a batch file, with
parameters that control it's operation.
Parameters can be passed as arguments or by using one or more "command"
files that are themselves passed as arguments or referenced from within
other "command" files.
Image to PDF is NOT an Adobe Acrobat plug-in and it does NOT require Adobe
Acrobat in order to run or produce PDF documents.
Automatically convert JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, PCX and TGA images using a command line or batch file interface
Combine up to 1000 images into one PDF document or convert each image into it's own PDF separate document
Include a clickable (to URL) image stamp (eg logo) on each page of the output PDF document
Produce a simple full screen PDF slideshow complete with transitions between pages
Image filenames can contain the wildcard characters * and ?
Recurse down sub-directories when matching with wildcard image filenames
Password protect output PDF document
Include a bookmark in the output PDF for each image
Set the DPI resolution of the output PDF to between 9 and 2880 DPI
Set PDF permissions to restrict printing, copying and modification
Set PDF meta information (author, title, subject, keywords, creator,
producer, creation date)
Set preferred PDF viewer options (center window, hide toolbar, hide menu bar, hide window user interface, fit window, page mode none/outlines/thumbnails/full screen, page layout single page/one column/two column left/two column right)
Create and include multiple option scripts and convert using lists of images in external text files
Optionally delete all converted images once the PDF document has been successfully produced
Audit log of files converted
Does NOT require Adobe Acrobat software for creation
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.