Adobe Acrobat Professional has the ability to combine PDFs.
Your other alternative is to use InDesign and go to File>New Book
Use the plus symbol to add both files (in the sequence you want them to appear).
With the Book Panel you can use the side menu (top right) to Export to PDF
Choose Adobe PDF (Interactive)
And that will make a PDF with both files.
Thanks for help,
but my problem is, i search some tool that can call with a Script and do this.
Why do you need a script for it?
Can you explain your workflow and what you are trying to achieve?
There's a batch convert script located here
Link at bottom of page
If you have multiple documents open it will allow you to batch convert them to PDF.
With no documents open you can select a folder to convert.
It does convert them all to separate PDFs though - but it's a start. Scripts can be modified - I suggest you ask on the Scripting Forum
I want to write a program that merge two or more pdf files into one. These PDFs were created with InDesign and include hover effects. When I open these PDF's with a standart PDF lib, these effects disappear. However, I would just cut apart and paste together again without loss of informations of the PDF files.
Is there a reason you don't want to do it in Acrobat Pro? Acrobat is also scriptable....
Yes, because i want to do this on web.
This isn't within the capabilities of ID, as far as I know. I'm not at all an expert in waht can be done with Acrobat, but I don't see any reason that a web font end couldn't be built that would feed into an Acrobat Script. I'm not sure waht sort of licensing restrictions there are, however, on that sort of use.
I think you might have better luck asking this over in the Acrobat forum.