SuperGeek Free JPG to PDF Converter is a windows utility to convert plain and complex picture files into a single PDF document with simple, easy and user friendly GUI. Users can create PDF files from image formats like JPG, GIF, BMP, TIF, PNG, PSD with high quality for web publishing, printing or other purposes.
Here are some key features of SuperGeek Free JPG to PDF Converter. It is a powerful, specialized conversion tool focused to convert numerous highly dense JPG files into single PDF document very easily. It independently converts all JPG photos, pictures, snapshots and screenshots to PDF files excluding any third party software like Adobe Acrobat Reader or any other. JPG is good for all types of images except drawings and images containing text. The solution for such images is the PS (PostScript) format which is used for bitmaps & vector graphics. SuperGeek Free JPG to PDF Converter can convert JPG to PS to use as logos or drawing with outlines and for printing purposes especially if your project involves booklets, flyers or other advertising materials. This free image to PDF converter allows loading images from files like screenshots, drawing, snapshots, photos, pictures and stills. You can even convert scanned paper documents directly into image files and then change them to PDF document without involving any obliteration in original images. Quickly get your cool customized E-book with SuperGeek Free JPG to PDF Converter for office usage. Many customized settings like paper sizes and compressions are provided to control the output quality. You can set PDF paper size (A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, B5, Letter, Legal, Ledger) and output compression to meet your special demands. Generally, the RLE compression is available for PostScript (PS) format; the G3Fax, G4Fax and Jpeg compression are suitable for the format of PostScript & PDF. In a word, the software gives the output quality without having any error and any loss.
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Version 7.8.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.