PDFs-Shuffle is a Linux utility by Piotr Pędziwoński, Piotr Podkaluk, Pawed Khaki and Filip Bartosz. It gives you the freedom to manipulate your PDF documents. It uses a special kind of PDF to extract the page-by-page information, it's very fast, and it's easy to use. Furthermore, it can extract PDFs of any size in a readable form and can split or merge them. PDF Scrapper — Linux/Windows/OSX/Other Applications As a Linux/Windows/OSX/other person you will sometimes want to change the size of images, you may want to rearrange or combine two different images together, you may want to fix an image, but you probably need to do it several times to get it right. Here is the answer: PDF Scrapper! If you have a PDF document which contains several photos, you can use this free application, which can resize them in a way that allows you to insert more images to the same document at the same space. You have been here before. We hope you'll enjoy browsing this article, and maybe, find a new and interesting application. We invite you to write a comment. Did you find a bug? Please report it here. A few years passed. This summer, I was working on a project in which I needed to scan a lot of pictures and write them down. In order to keep to a certain time limit and to reduce file size, I needed a simple way to scan everything by hand, a solution to the problem of scanning a lot of pictures and finding the important parts — the ones that were different in the original document. And I couldn't find one. It seemed that scanning by hand wasn't too bad, so I went on and just tried to use a scanner. There were many good options, I used two that I didn't really like, because... I already had them. And so that summer went by, and this summer I decided to give the scan job an in-person trial and to try to find something good. After about twenty-four hours, I came across PDF Scrapper by Piotr Pędziwoński. It seemed like such a good idea, that I decided to give it a try. First, it looked like the most complete solution which I knew.