OS X 10.6.6 or Later, 64-bit processor
Super JPEG to PDF is very handy Mac OS application to export and save JPEG(.jpg, .jpeg, .jpe), into single PDF file. It converts and save hundreds of images into one PDF file. Each image stored into individual PDF page. It also allows to export image file formats like JPEG2000, PNG, TIFF, GIF and BMP and many more.
Simple two steps single view user interface:
#1. Add source images into list.
#2. Export to save as a PDF with metadata info.
Simple and easy to use interface. Add images and export to create single PDF file.
Set PDF document metadata descriptions.
Super fast. Showing export in progress.
Excellent image quality preserved. Exported PDF file can be open with most of all available PDF reader.
- Option to merge and export images into single PDF file or Export into separate single page PDFs.
- Directly drag and drop images and folder containing images into list.
- Support to drop images and folders directly onto application to add into list.
- Even selected images in finder can directly Open With->Super JPEG to PDF to add into list.
- Exported PDF files store all images into JPEG compression. Option to set JPEG compression quality allows user to control output image size and quality. Reducing image quality reduces output PDF file size.
- Most of all popular image formats are supported.
- Easy to use toolbar interface with add, remove, move, export, rotate operations.
- Shuffle and reorder images into lis view by simple select, Drag & Move at any index. Even menu shortcuts and toolbar buttons available to move images at Top/Up/Down/Bottom into list.
- Option to set rotation angle to images in resultant PDF.
- Progress control shows processed and total image count.
- Menus with keyboard shortcuts for faster operation.
- Super fast.
Source image formats supported list:
- JPEG Image (*.jpeg, *.jpg)
- PNG Image (*.png)
- TIFF Image (*.tiff, *.tif)
- Windows Bitmap Image(*.bmp)
- JPEG 2000 Image (*.jp2)
- GIF Image (*.gif)
- Adobe Photoshop document (*.psd)
- TGA Image (*.tga)
- OpenEXR Image (*.exr)
- X bitmap image (*.xbm)
- Silicon Graphics image (*.sgi)
- MacPaint Image (*.pntg)
- Most of all DSLR camera RAW image types
- And many more image formats.