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I would like to merge 4 pdfs, pdf1.pdf, pdf2.pdf, pdf3.pdf pdf4.pdf together so that the pdfs are spliced, i.e. the first page will be the first page of pdf1, the second the first of pdf2, the third the first of pdf3, etc.

The pdf files are with plain images, no table of contents.

How would I accomplish this? It would be nice to do it from the terminalTerminal as well.

Solved using the PyPDF2 module.

I would like to merge 4 pdfs, pdf1.pdf, pdf2.pdf, pdf3.pdf pdf4.pdf together so that the pdfs are spliced, i.e. the first page will be the first page of pdf1, the second the first of pdf2, the third the first of pdf3, etc.

How would I accomplish this? It would be nice to do it from the terminal as well.

Solved using the PyPDF2 module.

I would like to merge 4 pdfs, pdf1.pdf, pdf2.pdf, pdf3.pdf pdf4.pdf together so that the pdfs are spliced, i.e. the first page will be the first page of pdf1, the second the first of pdf2, the third the first of pdf3, etc.

The pdf files are with plain images, no table of contents.

How would I accomplish this? It would be nice to do it from Terminal as well.

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I would like to merge 4 pdfs, pdf1.pdf, pdf2.pdf, pdf3.pdf pdf4.pdf together so that the pdfs are spliced, i.e. the first page will be the first page of pdf1, the second the first of pdf2, the third the first of pdf3, etc.

How would I accomplish this? It would be nice to do it from the terminal as well.

Solved using the PyPDF2 module.

I would like to merge 4 pdfs, pdf1.pdf, pdf2.pdf, pdf3.pdf pdf4.pdf together so that the pdfs are spliced, i.e. the first page will be the first page of pdf1, the second the first of pdf2, the third the first of pdf3, etc.

How would I accomplish this? It would be nice to do it from the terminal as well.

I would like to merge 4 pdfs, pdf1.pdf, pdf2.pdf, pdf3.pdf pdf4.pdf together so that the pdfs are spliced, i.e. the first page will be the first page of pdf1, the second the first of pdf2, the third the first of pdf3, etc.

How would I accomplish this? It would be nice to do it from the terminal as well.

Solved using the PyPDF2 module.

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Merge pdfs sequentially

I would like to merge 4 pdfs, pdf1.pdf, pdf2.pdf, pdf3.pdf pdf4.pdf together so that the pdfs are spliced, i.e. the first page will be the first page of pdf1, the second the first of pdf2, the third the first of pdf3, etc.

How would I accomplish this? It would be nice to do it from the terminal as well.