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The files in the directory are numbered from 1. The convertion went fine but after converting the pages were all mixed up. I wanted the pdf to have pages from 1. I tried with the following command as well:. The problem is because your shell is expanding the wildcard in a purely alphabetical order, and because the lengths of the numbers are different, the order will be incorrect:. The solution is to pad the filenames with zeros as required so they're the same length before running your convert command:.
Now the files will be matched by the wildcard in the correct order, ready for the convert command:. This is how I do it: First line convert all jpg files to pdf it is using convert command.
Second line is merging all pdf files to one single as pdf per page. Another method of referring to other image files is by embedding a formatting character in the filename with a scene range. The command. All of the above answers failed for me, when I wanted to merge many high-resolution jpeg images from a scanned book. Learn more. Merge multiple jpg into single pdf in Linux Ask Question. Asked 7 years, 6 months ago.
Active 2 years, 1 month ago. Viewed 59k times. Operating platform Linux. Harikrishnan Harikrishnan 6, 12 12 gold badges 49 49 silver badges bronze badges. Adding a comment on behalf of user sindhus, who didn't have the sufficient points to comment see below : the convert command is a part of the imagemagick package.
Active Oldest Votes. Delan Azabani Delan Azabani I have created an sh file with your code. But it is showing the following error while running: rename. Are you using bash? If so, which version? GNU bash, version 4. How are you executing the script? Using source or. Have you tried simply executing the code directly in the interactive shell?
It is usually the plain Bourne shell, or bash running in a special Bourne-emulation mode. Either way, the syntax for sh can be quite different sometimes. I'd suggest using bash rename. Or just read the ls manual and see : -v natural sort of version numbers within text So, doing what we need in single command. Ioannis Filippidis 6, 6 6 gold badges 57 57 silver badges 91 91 bronze badges. Felix Defrance Felix Defrance 1, 2 2 gold badges 7 7 silver badges 2 2 bronze badges.
Failing when filenames has a whitespace in them, except from that thumb up! Another good one if you generated your images in order is to sort by modification time with ls -t flag. Also, the -r flag reverses the order. This is an excellent solution. However, when I tried it, it failed due to this error: convert-im6.
Evidently, this is a security issue, which can be resolved via this thread - askubuntu. Martian Martian 41 2 2 bronze badges. Lukas Lukas 41 1 1 bronze badge. Gregor Sturm Gregor Sturm 1, 14 14 silver badges 27 27 bronze badges. Mixing first idea with their reply, I think this code maybe satisfactory jpgs2pdf.
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You have several documents or images scanned individually and you need to save multiple images to one PDF file. If you Google, you will find many online websites for this purpose. But they are either not free or they will put their watermark on the final PDF file. I had this need when I had to apply for a job and they required me to upload a single PDF file consisting of several documents.
How To Convert Multiple Images To PDF In Ubuntu Linux