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Convert PDF files to 'n-up' PDF files, guessing the output layout.

Project description

Fit as much pages as possible, from some PDF files to a ‘n-up’ PDF file of a given page size, guessing the layout.

Examples

With the default paper size being A4, pdfautonup on:

See the documentation for the full command lines used to generate those examples.

What’s new?

See changelog.

Download and install

See the end of list for a (quick and dirty) Debian package.

  • From sources:

  • From pip:

    pip install pdfautonup
    

    Note: If PyMuPDF can be installed, you can use:

    pip install pdfautonup[pymupdf]
    

    This will change the python library used to read and write PDF files (PyMuPDF instead of PyPDF2), to make pdfautonup faster.

  • Quick and dirty Debian (and Ubuntu?) package

    This requires stdeb (and setuptools-scm) to be installed:

    python3 setup.py --command-packages=stdeb.command bdist_deb
    sudo dpkg -i deb_dist/pdfautonup-<VERSION>_all.deb
    

Documentation

  • The compiled documentation is available on readthedocs

  • To compile it from source, download and run:

    cd doc && make html
    

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