Acrobat Reader for iPhone and iPad supports the "Camera to PDF" feature to create PDFs from photos/images via the "PDF Pack" or "Acrobat Pro DC" paid subscription service.
Please see the Acrobat Reader Help documentation:
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I followed the instructions, using my camera as the source. The end result was a giant photo. Not what I expected.
Is there a way to treat these images as a pdf with regular sized documents? Do I have to convert the image file further. The end result I am looking for is a Black and White(line art) pdf image of a document like other scanners. The Acrobat Camera to PDF result seems to be just a large camera image. I can do that with the camera app in iPhone or iPad.
I had the same result and started a completely new thread on the subject of the giant photos. I suspect the reason is the megapixel capability of the device camera but the question now becomes how do we resize it to something useable like US Letter or A4 size.
Please Adobe, don't tell us to use the desktop app.
The camera to pdf feature is simple enough, but the questions remain:
1. The end result is a very large format.
2. Output seems to be limited to 24bit colour. There doesn't appear to be the option of outputting to black and white (text) or grey scale.
Which is really no different than taking a photo using the built in camera app.
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