sktsee sktsee at
Tue May 29 13:33:00 UTC 2007

On Tue, 29 May 2007 20:10:53 +0800, Michael T. Richter wrote:

> I'd like to take a set of JPEGs I have (scans of some class documents)
> and assemble them into a PDF e-Book with each image forming a single
> page.  I can't seem to find an application that can do this
> conveniently.  (There are upwards of a thousand pages involved.)  What
> application can anybody recommend -- command-line or GUI -- that can
> allow me to conveniently and quickly do something like this?
> I've already used ImageMagick to convert the pages and resize them to
> the size most useful to my purpose.  Each page is now an A5 page at
> 150dpi.  But assembling these into a book is stumping me at this point.

gThumb + cups-pdf print driver gives pretty good results. I'm not
sure how well it scales since you want to print thousands of pages, but
you can probably print out a few docs and then employ some of the psutils
apps to create a larger e-book.


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