Since then and despite the installation of the relevant plug in, I can't. Any ideas why not and how to remedy the problem pls?? DjVu is no problem for me but is for anyone I forward such an image to if they don't have the viewer. Post by pmj Can you say what you are actually doing the steps involved , up to where it fails? Post by Charani Post by pmj Can you say what you are actually doing the steps involved , up to where it fails? Post by Tickettyboo I thought that the plain vanilla version did batch conversion?
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View Full Version : djvu to image files. I've been trying to convert all the pages in a djvu ebook to. How do I convert all the pages in a single batch operation? I found a post on google that seems to solve my problem: select the menu item View, Multipage Images, Extract All Pages.
Haven't tried it yet but hopefully it wil work. Batch Conversion is not really appropriate for multipage image formats, since it has no way of determining how to output the pages or which ones. It can only assume that you want to convert the first page of the multipage document to a single frame format, or all the pages to a multipage document. You can create a multipage TIF from a multipage document from the batch dialog. You need to have the advanced options enabled.
You don't even need the TIF option, "Save all pages from original image" enabled. Be careful though, since IrfanView appends pages to existing files in most cases. If the advanced options are disabled, then one page is generated.
Only new PDFs can be created. Therefore, you can only create single page PDFs from any source in the batch dialog. The Save dialog behaves differently. A multipage document can be saved as a single or multipage document.
Once again though, be careful about possible appending operations during overwrites. You just have to remember that the INI settings are used during command line conversions. The great thing is that you can do command line conversions in batch using wildcards.
So, you get the best of both worlds, full capability and automation. In fact, you can create a PDF on the command line starting with single images.
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How to Convert Djvu Files to PDF