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'Convert Image to PDF'

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Convert Tiff to PDF

'Convert Image to PDF' is a simple to use, yet sophisticated utility specifically designed to convert images into PDF files. If you need to convert one or thousands of varying image file types into PDF, this is the tool.  The most popular task our customers perform is to convert TIFF to PDF and JPG to PDF.

'Convert Image to PDF' can be especially useful if you require complicated conversion jobs to be done on a regular basis. By saving and recalling a conversion job file, 'Convert Image to PDF' quickly remembers all the conversion tasks and their details.

All of our conversion tools have numerous features. For example you can schedule a conversion job at a regular interval (time or calendar based) while optionally moving/deleting the input files. Also, our conversion tools have the ability to launch other programs and perform file operations.

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'Convert Image to PDF' can be run from the command line allowing for use of batch files as well as being automated from other programs.  It also can be easily launched from the Windows Explorer shell by right mouse clicking on any image file.

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'Convert Image to PDF' Features

  • Supports BMP, TIFF, JPEG, GIF and many more.  Convert JPG to PDF

  • Right Mouse Click easy access! Windows Explorer Shell Enabled.

  • Convert many image files into a single PDF or multiple PDFs.

  • Command line (Invisible at runtime) and GUI execution. Complete flexibility, complete power

  • Save and restore complex conversion configurations

  • Supports over 20 image file types. Convert TIFF to PDF, Convert JPEG to PDF, Convert BMP to PDF,  etc.

  • Move or delete input files after processing

  • Supports recursive subfolders

  • Batch can be stopped midway and resumed at a later time 

  • Can be adapted for all languages

  • COM Interface for programmers

 

 

If you are familiar with command line operations and don't want to read the documentation, skip to the examples. Otherwise please continue reading.

'Convert Image to PDF' can be run without a user interface with command line arguments much like in the good old DOS days.  Alternatively you can initiate command line execution by going to the operating system's 'command prompt' or within Windows from the START-RUN menu and typing it in there.  Lastly, the command line interface can be used from Batch files (files with *.BAT extension). 

There are two approaches to doing the command line:

A)  Specify a 'Conversion Job' that was specified using the friendly graphical user interface (GUI)

B)   Specify a 'Conversion Task' in detail. See Convert image to pdf command line examples to get started quickly. If you are not familiar with the command line please continue reading.

Specifying a 'Conversion Job' is very easy, as you only need to tell 'Convert Image to PDF' where to find the associated *.SII 'Conversion Job' file.  All the details associated with this task are executed in one fell swoop.

Specifying a 'Conversion Task' is more tedious, but does not require the prior creation of a 'Conversion Job' file.

 Each approach is discussed in more detail below.

 IMPORTANT: To use the command line successfully the operating system will need to know where exactly the application is located. Otherwise, you'll see the following error:

"ConvertITP" is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."

We suggest you do one of the following:

A)   Set the path in your operating system's environment variables to the installation location of ConvertITP.EXE. See your operating system's help for setting the path.

B)    Create a batch file (a text file whose file name ends in .bat) that uses the fully qualified path of ConvertITP.EXE.

For example the following is a typical batch file:

"C:\Program Files\Softinterface, Inc\Convert Image To PDF\ConvertITP.EXE" /S"c:\in\Coffee.BMP" /T"C:\out\Coffee.PDF" /F0 /V

Specifying a 'Conversion Job'
The syntax for specifying a 'Conversion Job'  is:

 ConvertITP /J{ConversionJobFile}  [/V] [/L{LogFile}] [/B{LogToJobFile}]

Items above enclosed in square brackets "[ ]" are optional, all other ‘switches’ are required.  Therefore /J should always be specified on the command line.

 Example:

To run the 'Conversion Job' specified by "C:\MyJobs\convert-tiff-to-pdf.SII" type the following in at the 'Command Prompt':

 ConvertITP /J "C:\MyJobs\convert-tiff-to-pdf.SII"

You can include or exclude spaces between switches and parameters.  For example,  "/F6" is the same as "/F  6".  For long file names you may be required to use double quotes.  For example /J "C:\Program Files\MyApp\convert-tiff-to-pdf.SII".

Specifying a 'Conversion Task'
The syntax for the command line for specifying a conversion task is:

ConvertITP /S{Original File(s)} /T{Target File(s)} /F#  [/G]  [/V] [/R] [/L{LogFile}] [/B{LogToJobFile}]  [/+] [/A{PDF Author}]  [/O{PDF Creator}]  [/K{PDF Keywords}] [/U{PDF Subject}] [/I{PDF Title}] [/Z]   [/M#]   [/W{Tiff Pages}]

Items above enclosed in square brackets "[ ]" are optional, all other ‘switches’ are required.  Therefore /S, /T, /F# should always be specified on the command line.  There is one exception,  however, and that is when /G (Save to original folder) is specified, the /T switch is not necessary.

You can include or exclude spaces between switches and parameters.  For example,  "/F6" is the same as "/F  6".  For long file names you may be required to use double quotes.  For example /S"C:\Program Files\MyApp\MyImage.JPG".

/S{Original File(s)} is used to specify which files to convert. You can specify a single file, or in some cases a whole set of files using the wildcard syntax (i.e. "C:\MyFiles\*.BMP"). /T{Target files} should always be different from /S{Original File(s)}.

 /T{Target File(s)} is used to specify where to save the converted file(s) to.  You can specify a single file, or in some cases a whole set of files using the wildcard syntax (i.e. "C:\MyFiles\*.BMP").   /T{Target files} should always be different from /S{Original File(s)}.

 [/F#] tells ConvertITP what the original file type is.  Remember the original files are specified by the / S{Original File(s)} switch.  See the File Conversion Constants table below.

 [/G] Save files to their original folders.  Use this instead of /T to place the converted files in the same folder as the original file.  Cannot be used when converting a single, specified file from within a folder.  Use the /T switch instead.

 [/V] Verbose mode.  Specify this switch to display a message box indicating how the conversion went.  See also /L

 [/R] Seek out and do all files found in the sub-folders specified in the /S switch.  Recursive subdirectories.  You may add this switch if you are processing whole directories of files.  See /S, /T  and /G for more details on selecting whole directories to be converted.

 [/L{LogFile}] Log file path and name (i.e. d:\mylogs\WCE.LOG) If this switch is specified a log file with the given path and name will be created and the results of the conversion will be written to it.  See also /V

 [/B{LogToJobFile}]   Save the Log file as a 'Conversion Job' ONLY IF ERRORS OCCURRED.  This is useful if the files that had problems can be done at a later time, or with a different method.  /B is different from /L, since the file generated with /B will not include extraneous comments not allowed in a 'Conversion Job' file.  Save as a .SII file type so it can be loaded as a job.

 [/+] Append (concatenate) image to the end of a PDF file.

[/A{PDF Author}]  Specify the Author property of the PDF file.

[/O{PDF Creator}] Specify the Creator property of the PDF file.

[/K{PDF Keywords}] Specify the Keywords property of the PDF file.

[/U{PDF Subject}] Specify the Subject property of the PDF file.

[/I{PDF Title}] Specify the Title property of the PDF file.

 [/M#] TIFF ONLY: Compression Method. 0 = No compression, 1 = LZW, 2 = RLE Compression (1bpp), 3 = CCITT3 Compression (1bpp), 4 = CCIT4 Compression (1bpp)

 [/W{Tiff Pages}]  TIFF ONLY: Which pages to convert. You can specify the pages individually or by ranges, seperated by commas. For example "/W 1,2,3,10,11" is the same as "/W 1-3,10-11".

 

Table of File Conversion Constants

Description

Constant (/F#)

Auto-detect the file format

-1

Tagged Image File Format (*.tif)

18

Independent JPEG Group (*.jpg)

2

Windows Bitmap (*.bmp)

0

Graphic Interchange Format (*.gif) 40

JPEG Network Graphic (*.jng)

3

Windows Icon (*.ico)

1

Commodore 64 Koala format (*.koa)

4

Deluxe Paint Format (*.lbm)

5

Multiple Network Graphics (*.mng)

6

ASCII Portable Bitmap (*.pbm)

7

Binary Portable Bitmap (*.pbm)

8

Kodak PhotoCD (*.pcd)

9

PCX bitmap format (*.pcx)

10

ASCII Graymap (*.pgm)

11

Binary Graymap (*.pgm)

12

Portable Network Graphics (*.png)

13

ASCII Portable Pixelmap (*.ppm)

14

Binary Portable Pixelman (*.ppm)

15

Sun Rasterfile (*.ras)

16

Targa File (*.tga)

17

Wireless Bitmap (*.wbmp)

19

Photoshop Image (*.psd)

20

Dr. Halo (*.cut)

21

 

 

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