JPG to PDF Online
- Drag-and-drop or click to add image files. Image format can be JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP or TIFF etc. You can add multiple image files and batch upload them to online server. No limit in file count, each image file size can be up to 40 mb.
- Set conversion options. Usually you can skip this step and use default settings.
- Page Size: Use image size as page size by default. You can choose preset page size such as A4 Portrait/Landscape or choose "Custom Size" and enter page width and height. The image size will be resized to page size if "Stretch image to fill page" is checked.
- Compression: Check "Enable PDF compression" to enable compression.
- PDF PPI: Resample PDF if the current PPI (pixels per inch) is higher than the PPI entered. (220ppi is excellent on most printers and screens. 150ppi is good for web pages and projectors. 96ppi is good for minimal document size and sharing.)
- JPG Quality: Set JPG quality from 1 to 100. 1 meaning compress for small size, 100 meaning compress for max quality. Some formats, like PNG which is lossless, will ignore the quality setting.
- Protection: Check "Use password to protect PDF File" to enable PDF protection, enter user password which will be required to open output PDF file.
- Description: Enter PDF title, author, subject and keywords information.
JPG-2-PDF.com is an associated site of Aconvert.com. Unlike the simple JPG to PDF converter on Aconvert.com, this unique converter has many advanced functions such as multiple files support, batch files uploading and image rotating etc.
- 100% free online service - No registration, no watermark, no email address or phone number required.
- Unique design - Use unique conversion algorithm which is designed for this website only.
- Multiple files support - You can add as many JPG files as you want in your PDF.
- Flexible page size settings - Customize PDF page width and height, set page size to preset size or use the image size as page size.
- Rotate image - Automatically rotate image according to camera orientation info in EXIF.
- Compress image - Keep the original quality of your JPG files or compress them to reduce PDF file size.
- Secure PDF file - Secure PDF file with password to make your JPG pictures private.