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Weeny Free Image to PDF Converter can help you create PDF documents from a series of images. The program has a very intuitive interface, which makes it quite unlikely for anyone to have any difficulties to use it.
The converter has various features that you may find useful. The first advantage is that it supports practically all popular picture formats, such as JPG, TIF, BMP, PNG, PCX and GIF. Importing the source files is an easy task as it is allowed to add various images as a single operation. Then, you can proceed to arrange them in the desired order. However, it is shame that it is not possible to preview the contents of the files at this point, which makes ordering more difficult.
Next, you can configure such output parameters as page size as well as enter metadata to help others identify the output document, including author, subject, title and keywords. Besides, you can protect the contents of your file by encryption. In this respect, there are three algorithms to choose from (40 bit, 128-bit AES and 128-bit ARC-FOUR). Besides, you can use different passwords for reading and editing operations. Additionally, the document can be added text or image watermarks.
Other advantages are related to automating document creation. Good news is that the tool can process batches of documents. For instance, you can merge various source files to create a single document or create a separate PDF from each of the images. Moreover, the tool lets you save frequent PDF creation tasks in the form of profiles, which you can re-use whenever it is needed. It is also quite convenient that it supports command-line operations. Finally, the product is completely standalone, which means that it does not need any third-party software installed on your machine.
All in all, Free Image to PDF Converter is just one of the many similar solutions out there, which even include online converters. It is definitely not as powerful as other PDF editors available, but it is probably easier to use.
- Supports batch operations
- Document encryption
- Supports multiple image formats
- Allows using conversion profiles
- Completely standalone
- Command line support
- Cannot preview images