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    Exclamation How to convert an image to PDF with Light Image Resizer

    Here is a quick guide to convert your pictures in PDF.

    First, add a picture or a folder clicking the top left side button:
    (You can use the drag & drop too)

    Name:  Picture1.jpg
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    When you are ready, click on Next at the bottom (or on Options)
    Click on "More Options..." to see all tabs available as below and select "Create PDF
    Name:  Picture2.jpg
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    The PDF tab will appear:
    Name:  Picture3.jpg
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    Now you can choose the output page size among existing profiles or create your own selecting "Custom". You can either choose "inches" (in) or "centimeters" (cm).
    Name:  Picture6 .jpg
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    Below a few samples of different sizes:
    Name:  Picture5.jpg
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    Eventually, click on Process to create your PDF file!

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    thanks celine for this 1st post made with Light Image Resizer screenshots , I hope people will be happy to know how to make jpg to pdf conversion.

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    This is my first visit to this site and the forum. This is also your first post made with Light Image Resizer! I have used Universal Document Converter before. I will certainly share my experience with Light Image Resizer in this forum. Thanks for the valuable post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Sankar View Post
    This is my first visit to this site and the forum. This is also your first post made with Light Image Resizer! I have used Universal Document Converter before. I will certainly share my experience with Light Image Resizer in this forum. Thanks for the valuable post.
    thanks for giving us your feedback , you are one of the first in this new forum

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    anxest
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    Hello,

    I use the french version, but let's try in english

    I'm looking for a way to convert all the images (jpeg) of a directory into a unique multipage PDF. Light Image Resizer show me an option that seems to be the one I'm looking for, but it's to pretty to be true : an error occurs.

    Conclusion : Maybe Light Image Resizer does not what I need or I am really bad at using it. I hope the second option is the only true, so let me explain what I do :

    I select the directory (all from the same directory) that contains the picts to be resized and converted.

    Options : A picture will be more expressive :
    http://www.imagup.com/data/1132303629.html (the insert does not seem to work with it)
    => I don't really understand why the folder has a .pdf extension

    Effects : none
    publish : no
    pdf : automatic (the goal behind this is to include this manipulation into a script that will launch this process for different directories, so I can't really specify...)

    And so, the error shows me (The directory ### is not the real name) :

    HTML Code:
    2011-10-03 14:26:39	Info        	0 images processed (20 skipped) in 00:00:43.
    2011-10-03 14:26:39	Error       	PDF: Error saving "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf"
    2011-10-03 14:26:39	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_021_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:38	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_021_r.jpg" from 4620x6211 to 1478x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:37	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_020_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:36	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_020_r.jpg" from 4620x6229 to 1478x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:34	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_019_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:34	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_019_r.jpg" from 4620x6211 to 1478x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:32	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_018_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:32	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_018_r.jpg" from 4620x6229 to 1478x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:30	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_017_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:30	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_017_r.jpg" from 4620x6211 to 1478x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:28	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_016_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:28	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_016_r.jpg" from 4584x6229 to 1467x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:26	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_015_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:25	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_015_r.jpg" from 4584x6211 to 1467x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:24	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_014_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:23	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_014_r.jpg" from 4584x6229 to 1467x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:22	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_013_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:21	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_013_r.jpg" from 4584x6211 to 1467x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:20	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_012_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:19	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_012_r.jpg" from 4584x6229 to 1467x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:17	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_011_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:17	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_011_r.jpg" from 4584x6211 to 1467x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:15	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_010_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:15	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_010_r.jpg" from 4584x6229 to 1467x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:13	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_009_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:13	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_009_r.jpg" from 4584x6211 to 1467x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:11	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_008_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:11	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_008_r.jpg" from 4584x6229 to 1467x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:09	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_007_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:08	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_007_r.jpg" from 4584x6211 to 1467x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:07	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_006_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:06	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_006_r.jpg" from 4584x6229 to 1467x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:04	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_005_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:04	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_005_r.jpg" from 4584x6211 to 1467x1988
    2011-10-03 14:26:02	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_004_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:26:01	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_004_r.jpg" from 4656x6229 to 1490x1993
    2011-10-03 14:26:00	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_003_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:25:59	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_003_r.jpg" from 4656x6211 to 1490x1988
    2011-10-03 14:25:58	Info        	Saved as "D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf\newwave25_001_r_copy.jpg"
    2011-10-03 14:25:57	Info        	Resizing "D:\###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\newwave25_001_r.jpg" from 4656x6229 to 1490x1993
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	20 files
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	--- Processing ---
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Destination: D:\###\Pictures\MyPDF.pdf
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Action: Create PDF
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[ ] Send by email
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[X] Copy ICC
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[X] Copy IPTC
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[X] Copy XMP
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[X] Copy EXIF
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	On name conflict: Prompt
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[X] Keep file date
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[ ] Adjust portrait
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[ ] Auto enhance
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[ ] Add border
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[ ] Sepia
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[ ] Grayscale
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[ ] Invert colors
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[ ] Watermark
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Filename Mask: %F_copy
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	[x] Resolution: 96
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Quality: 95%
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Format: JPEG
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Policy: Always
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Filtering: Lanczos
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Mode: Fit
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Height: 32 (%)
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Width: 32 (%)
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Profile: vp96
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	File Root: \###\Pictures\Tests traitement num\Raw\NewWave-1980\25\jpeg\
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	2 physical cores
    2011-10-03 14:25:55	Info        	Interface: Full mode
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	Info        	Paramstr #00 : "C:\Program Files\ObviousIdea\Image Resizer 4\Resize.exe"
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	Info        	CPU: Pentium(R) Dual-Core  CPU      E5300  @ 2.60GHz
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	Info        	Memory: 1,99 GB
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	Info        	System default language : Franšais (France)
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	Info        	User default language   : Franšais (France)
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	Info        	Version : 4.0.9.5
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	Info        	ExeName : C:\Program Files\ObviousIdea\Image Resizer 4\Resize.exe
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	Info        	OS : Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (Build 7601: Service Pack 1)
    2011-10-03 12:27:34	----        	******************** Log session start 03-oct. 12:27:34.433 PID 2312********************
    Naming it from the name of the directory would be the best, but there's no such indication in the Filename Mask's help screen, and I might ask to much too

    Anyway, if somebody can help me to do right...

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    Drive D: is a normal hard drive? Is there enough free space available?

    Maybe you could try with just one image, and report if that works...

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    anxest
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    Thanks for your support

    There is close to 172 GB free on D:
    I've made some other tests, and it looks like all is just well when I cancel the parameter "recreate folder structure on destination". So there's no more trouble with one pict or one folder.

    Maybe I can indicate you for a futur update of the soft : If a folder containing folders containing pictures is selected, the option "create a PDF" will create one PDF with all the pictures from all the directories. In my opinion, it's not really usefull : in this case, the user can group all the picts in one directory and launch the process. But If we could activate the parameter to "recreate folder structure on destination", the goal would be to create one PDF by directory containing pictures. To have a best use of that, a filename mask should be added in the soft, that could name the file like the folder containing the pictures, witch we add a manual extension, by exemple %PictFolder-convert.pdf, where %PictFolder is the name of the folder containing a group of images and "-convert" the part I choose to add on my PDF's name.

    This could be really usefull for photographer by exemple, or people who tries, like me, with their capability, to virtualise their own libraries.

    Thank your for this soft, it is very easy to use and it does just well

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    Ok, in fact it was creating a folder with the same name as the PDF, so it couldn't be saved. I fixed this nasty bug.

    Please try with the latest version.

    Also thanks for your suggestion, it will be considered for further improvement!

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