PDF from Images (JPG to PDF and PNG to PDF) sample in Zapier demonstrating ‘Multiple Images to PDF’
1. In this demo we'll observe how to convert multiple images to PDF. Here are the input images which we'll be using. [Screenshot_1.png] 2. Assuming that input app and event is setup, in this step we'll select PDF.co as an input App and "Anything to PDF Converter" as preferred event. [Screenshot_2.png] 3. Here, we'll configure Anything to PDF event parameters. In "Source Type", we'll select option which specifies "Link to image or multiple links to images with comma as a separator". In "Input" field, we'll add image URLs in a comma separated format. Lastly in "Name" field, we'll add output file name. [Screenshot_3.png]" 4. With these set, we’re ready to send "Test and Review" request to PDF.co. Here we're presented with all input parameters. [Screenshot_4.png] 5. PDF.co response contains data such as URL of output file, output PDF page count, error, name of output file, etc. Here, URL specifies output PDF file. [Screenshot_5.png] 6. If we open output PDF URL in new tab, we can find PDF with two pages. These pages are from input images provided in request. [Screenshot_6.png]
PDF.co Web API: the Web API with a set of tools for documents manipulation, data conversion, data extraction, splitting and merging of documents. Includes image recognition, built-in OCR, barcode generation and barcode decoders to decode bar codes from scans, pictures and pdf.