Squeeze multiple image files into one page
Little script to squeeze multiple image files into one PDF document.
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multiplot.py [-k] [-p <per-page>] [-o <output>] <input> ... multiplot.py (-h | --help | -v | --version)
-k --keep Keep temporary files -p <count> Set number of images per page -o <output> Set output file name (default is 'multi.pdf') -h --help Show this help -v --version Show version number
python setup.py install
or just drop the multiplot.py file into some folder where it can be executed.
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