Often I have to digitize document printed on double-sided paper. Unfortunately the scanner / copier automatic feeder I have can only read single side document. So in this case, I have to scan the odd pages first as PDF, then scan the even pages as PDF. Then comes the problem on how to combine them. So here's the solution: pdfMergeOddEven.
pdfMergeOddEven is a simple python script takes two input: the odd pages file and the even pages file, and output a file which is the result of merging the two input files with the odd pages taken from the first input, and even pages taken from the second input. On command-line, it simply takes the three files as argument:
This would be of great value to me. Unfortunately I am not smart enough to know what to do with a script. Do you have time to write a guide?
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This is my personal blog, a subset of my personal website. I am a graduate student in Computational Astrophysics, currently working on my dissertation for my doctoral degree. I am a computer hobbyist, mainly with interest in Linux and open source software. I am also interested in the subject of science and religion, especially from Christianity / Mennonite point of view. On my leisure, I play music, read, or just enjoying time with my wife.