[Scribus] Collect a serie of scanned image into one pdf document
Wed May 25 00:42:28 CEST 2005
>Is it a possibility to collect many jpeg image into one scribus
>I have scanned some paper, and now I want to make a .pdf file from it (I
>have retouched those image with gimp).
>I have 98 .jpeg file, from 0001.jpg to 0098.jpg.
>Is there an option for it? Or maybe a python script?
>How the others solve this problem?
Attached is my script -- it should work with either 1.2.x or 1.3.x
versions of Scribus.
You need to have all of your images in one directory, and only the ones
that you want to include -- in other words, once you enter the directory
and select "jpg", *all* the JPEG files in that directory will be
incorporated into your document (this script is identifying by the
filename extension -- only ".jpg" will work with this version). You
must execute this from inside Scribus (Script > Execute Script), but the
file scribalbuma4.py can be anywhere.
When you execute, you will see a requestor in which you enter the
directory where your images are located (I would recommend using an
absolute path). JPEG is the only default selection -- you can add
others. Click OK. Various parts of Scribus (such as toolbars) will
blink -- this is Ok (this will take a while with 98 images, but I've
done a *lot* more than that. Finally you will see a message, "Now click
the X in the upper right corner of this window", at which point kill
that little frame, and then Scribus will display your newly created
This will create a new document (A4 paper), with 8 images on a page. It
will also create labels for the pictures and a label with the name of
the directory at the top of each page.
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