PDF (Portable Document Format) is a hugely famous file format used to publish documents that must be viewed by the recipient as the author intended, no matter which program he is using to view the documents. If you want to send someone an image, but you want it to remain exactly the same, and there is a risk of the image being tampered with, you can convert it to PDF format restricting anyone from changing the contents. JPG to PDF Converter Free is a user friendly document conversion tool that allows you to convert your JPG images into PDF files. Opposed to its name, it can convert not only the JPG files, but also a lot of other image file formats to PDF, including PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF, TIFF, PCX, PSD etc. The application lets you convert images individually or in a batch operation depending on your requirement. If you need to convert a massive amount of images present in multiple locations on your PC, JPG to PDF Converter Free lets you easily perform the conversion. Other than converting the images, you can also add metadata =, such as Title, Author, Subject and Keyword to the generated PDF files.
During installation, you are asked for permissions to install Babylon toolbar and set Babylon search as your homepage. Uncheck the options before continuing with your installation to avoid installing any junk toolbars in your system.
To start converting images to PDF format, add the images to the application by clicking the Add Image or Add Folder button at the top-left if the interface. Select one or multiple images depending on how many images you want to add to the PDF file, At the bottom-left corner, buttons are available to Select All, Deselect All and Inverse Selection. Choose the images that you want to include and enter the PDF Properties including Title, Author, Subject and Keyword. Enter the Output file name and click Start to begin the conversion process.
Once the conversion is complete, you can access the newly created PDF file in the specified Output folder.
The application doesn’t support adding images through drag and drop, and clicking Add Image every time you want to add new images can be a bit annoying. Hopefully the developer will include drag and drop support in the next release of JPG to PDF Converter Free. The application works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.