Here is an example Ghostscript commandline, which would convert and merge the two (or more) PostScript files into one PDF in a one go: Merging mutliple PDF files(2) In “Path to “, look for the gswin exe file located by default in C:\Program Files\gs\gs*. PDF Batch Automation (PDF to Image and PDF Merge). EDIT: I’ve been FOR %%Z IN (*.pdf) DO gswin32 -sDEVICE=jpeg -dJPEGQ=

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The Ghostscript distribution includes some Unix shell scripts to use with Ghostscript in different environments.

PDF Batch Automation (PDF to Image and PDF Merge)

Note that pdftk which can be downloaded free will get the links right. A guide to international paper sizes can be found at http: In cases where the original CIDFont is not available, the next best option is to provide Ghostscript with a mapping to a suitable alternative CIDFont – see below for details on how this is achieved. The options are the same as specified for -dKPreserve.

Where the two resolutions are same, as is the common case, mergd can simply use -r res.

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Note that this is unrelated to the real type of the font file – the bridge will perform format conversion. I tried concatenation but it does not work as each postscript file may have different resource header. In the latter case add individual records for specific CID font names used in the document.

Note that UFST and Free Type cannot handle some Ghostscript fonts because they do not include a PostScript interpreter and therefore have stronger restrictions on font formats than Ghostscript itself does – in particular, Type 3 fonts. Maybe I am better with just “false 0 startjob pop” command in between the postscript file as an interim solution.


PostScript type for this font. For instance, to convert somefile. It may include records of 2 types: Useful only for debugging. And the output may also be PS. Turn Visual Trace on off. As OP mentioned in the question’s conclusions, concatenating the files with the line false 0 startjob pop in between should do the trick. Edited These are large postscript files more than Mb and their purpose is only for color printing not for online viewing.

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Here is an updated approach, which takes all imported pdf-pages and inserts them into a new notebook where every page is separated by a pagebreak. This mode should be used with caution, and. Normally one should use this along with -dBATCH when producing output on a printer or to a file; it also may be desirable for applications where another program is “driving” Ghostscript.

Unlisted font types will be rendered with the native Ghostscript font renderer. If restricted, the other spot colorants will go through the alternate tint transform and then be mapped to the color space defined by the NCLR profile.

This cannot be used directly in a cidfmap file because the xx notation in names is a PDF-only encoding. Limit the total amount of memory that the interpreter can have allocated at any one time to n K bytes. All the short form flags for -Z have an equivalent long form. The directory path must end with a file system delimiter.


Output to files Ghostscript also allows you to control where it sends its output. By default, Ghostscript no longer searches the current directory first but provides -P switch for a degree of backward compatibility. This can be used to obtain perceptually pleasing images.

When using Ghostscript as a file rasterizer converting PostScript or PDF to a raster image format you will of course want to specify an appropriately named file for the output.

The first path with Resource in it is used, including any prefix up to the path separator character gsain32 the string Resource. The differences in appearance of files with overprinting and spot colors caused by the differences in the color model of the output device are part of the PostScript and PDF specifications.

Because PDF files enable random access to pages in the document the PDF inerpreter only interprets and renders the required pages. In many cases, this is because of incorrectly generated PDF.

To use this feature: This is now the default. An example file is given in. Sign up or log in Sign gswih32 using Google.

For details, please consult the source file gdevx. A general record describes a font, which is being rendered with FAPI. The trailing semicolon and the space before it are both required. With files that use overprinting, the appearance of the resulting image can differ between devices which produce RGB gswn32 versus devices which produce CMYK output.