• 1. Drag & Drop image file(s) or click file select button.
  • 2. Click "Download PDF" button.
Is this site free?
Yes, this site has no charge.
How to create PDF/X-1a or PDF/X-4?
  • First, click "PDF Setting".
  • Second, select "PDF/X version" and "Output color condition".
  • After that, create PDF in the same way.
What kind of image format are acceptable?

Supported and fastest convertible format is JPEG.

PNG, GIF, BMP, … are also acceptable, if your browser is a recent version of "Google Chrome" or "Mozilla Firefox".

Is there some file size limitation?

No, I did not set specific targets to a file size.

However, there is a limitation which depends on your browser and a image format.

For bigger file size, please activate "FLASH".

Over 10MB image might be acceptable for JPEG. For the other file formats, a file size limit might be lower.

How to resize, rotate or transform to grayscale images?

After drop images, there are "edit" buttons for each image.

By clicking an "edit" button, a setting window will be displayed.

To configure forms in the window, it is possible to resize, rotate, or transform to grayscale a image.

Options for PDF information (only single-byte characters (alphabets, numbers, …, without brackets) acceptable)
titleauthor
Options for submitting to printing firms
PDF version
PDF/X versionOutput color condition
Description

If a pdf is not for submitting to printing company, you would not need to select these options.

To be compliant with PDF/X, you need to select "Output color condition". For the selection, it might be better to check with printing firms where you will submit.

For PDF/X-4, this site uses "ICC profiles" which are copyrighted by Adobe®.

DRAG & DROP IMAGE FILE(S)

page file name [width x height]
Download PDF
Original image
widthmm [dpi]
heightmm [dpi]
Converted image
widthmm [dpi]
heightmm [dpi]
Convert parameter
widthmmheightmm
dpi for widthdpidpi for heightdpi
scale for widthx%scale for heightx%
rotate degree

conversion method:
Trim size
widthmmheightmm
Bleed mm
Bleed setting works, if trim width and height set.
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