How to convert multiple PDFs to a single TIFF using command line?
This PDF to Image converter provides three different converting mode, Batch Convert Mode, Hot Directory Mode and Command Line Mode.
Use command line as below usage shows:
Pdfpti.exe [input PDF file] [output Path]
"C:\Program Files\A-PDF To Image\Pdfpti.exe" "c:\Scanned.pdf" "c:\output\"
Note: You must close A-PDF To Image GUI program Before using.
The output folder "c:\output\" must exists!
GhostScript must be installed in your computer.
This web tutorial will give you an overview of the procedure how easy to use this product!
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