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bookletimposer - An utility to reorganize PDF pages
bookletimposer [options] [input-file] bookletimposer -a [options] input-file
bookletimposer is an utility to achieve some basic imposition on PDF documents, especially designed to work on booklets. It allows: · to transform linear documents to booklets; · to reduce a document to put many on one sheet (for tracts for example); · to transform booklets to linear documents. It is a free software released under the GNU General Public License, either version 3 or (at your option) any later version.
--version show program's version number and exit. -h, --help show an help message and exit. -o OUTFILE, --output=OUTFILE set output PDF file to OUTFILE. -a, --no-gui automatic converstion (don't show the user interface). In that mode, the input file must be defined. -i, --gui show the user interface (default). -b, --booklet produce a booklet out of a linear document (default). -l, --linearize produce a linear document out of a booklet. -n, --no-reorganisation don't reorganize (will only scale and assemble pages). -c, --copy-pages copy the same group of input pages on one output page. -p PAGES_PER_SHEET, --pages-per-sheet=PAGES_PER_SHEET number of pages per sheet, in the format HORIZONTALxVERTICAL, e.g. 2x1. -f OUTPUT_FORMAT, --format=OUTPUT_FORMAT output page format, e.g. A4 or A3R. -k, --keep do not overwrite output file if it exists.
bookletimposer Displays the GTK+ user interface. bookletimposer --no-gui --booklet --pages-per-sheet=2x1 --output=out.pdf in.pdf Converts in.pdf into a booklet with two pages per sheet an saves the result as out.pdf. bookletimposer --no-gui --linearise --pages-per-sheet=2x1 in.pdf Converts the two-pages-per-sheet booklet in.pdf into a page-by-page PDF. As the output file name is not defined, it will default to in-conv.pdf.
pdfshuffler(1) BookletImposer source code and documentation can be found on the web at <https://kjo.herbesfolles.org/bookletimposer/>
BookletImposer is under development, which means that for the moment, some things work, some others do not... Thanks to report bugs to <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you find some!
Kjö Hansi Glaz <email@example.com>.