Merge PDF’s (with Ghostscript)Tag(s): Misc Prog HowTo To merge all the PDF’s in a directory, you need two BAT files: . @echo off gswin Ghostscript gives you the power to combine files, convert files, and much more, all from the command line. It is easy to combine several input. However, with open source dinosaur ghostscript, it is possible to merge multiple PDF files into a single PDF file with a single command.
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I haven’t tested it, though. It takes about 20 min, and the output file is MB large.
Merging multiple PDFs into a single PDF with ghostscript
Is there an option on Ghostscript to just copy the pages as they appear on merging without doing any compression? Installs and works like a charm on The only point that stands out from these: Email Required, cncatenate never shown.
ghostscript – Merge pdf and remove pages in one pass – Super User
The package seems to have been removed in If you want to automate this you could write a bash script or something similar to first calculate the PDF page count e. If you don’t include this option, Ghostscript will just keep running. An existing file out. Email Required, but never shown.
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I use pdfseparate to extract specific pages from big pdf file: You can also use jPDFTweakpdfsam or pdfjam. Deependra Solanky 2, 5 14 9. Does the job well.
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AntoniosHadjigeorgalis Just for reference and good understanding: You might have to replace sejda-console with sejda-console. I’ve posted a feature request github.
If you want a tool with a simple GUI, try pdfshuffler. But if this doesn’t work, it will be a bug.
PushpakDagade ghostscript messes up with annotations, particularly comments that have been checked check box ticked with checkmarkwill no longer have this checkmark.
Here’s the documentation on merge actions: In regards to your update: By default Ghostscript also will compress any object streams that have been uncompressed in the original file but this is a lossless compression.
Is there by chance a way to inject bookmarks for each file and move existing bookmarks one level down?
Your input files don’t even need to be PDF files. On the concatenatte hand, pdftk runs in 30s, and the output file is 40 MB.