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ImageMagick ships with the montage utility. ImageMagick has command line tool named ‘convert’ to merge images horizontally, To join images horizontally. Concatenate images with ImageMagick. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. If you want to tile images on a 2D grid, then check out how to use the tile command. If you just want to join images side-by-side or one below.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. I have saved multiple images from google books. I wanted to convert them to a single pdf file, where in I need umagemagick inputs.

The below two images one png and one jpeg are two continuous pages. I used the two sample pages you provided and printed them using cups-pdf printer resulting in two pdf files.


Then I used pdfsam to combine pdf files in one. I see no problem in the result.


I just saw that you have many files to process, you can use print-selected script in Nautilus described here. Note that if they are named Use print assistant from Gwenview KDE image viewer.

Add all the images that you want to print, reorder them as you like, choose number of images cobcatenate page, other print options, etc.

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Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I converted them to pdf using the command below convert books. I also tried making individual pdf files, then combining them using pdftk, with no luck convert books.

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That also I had tried, however still the same result. Maybe it doesn’t see the image pdfs as valid pdf files? I tried doing it on the machine and it is not working as desired. It shows the correct thumbnails though. If you open the image file, and then print it to file, does it let you combine those files?


Command line way to do it – Rename the files: You can list printers and their names with lpstat -p. What is this convert thing? I’ve found the conversion process adds noise to the final pdf. Is it possible to append image files to existing pdf? If all the images are in the same folder and have the same extension you could do the following: Convert images to pdf: Philippe Gachoud 3, 25 To Do 8, 9 47 Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled.