Easily merge and combine PDF, JPG, JPEG, HEIC, HEIF, AVIF, PNG, DJVU files into a single PDF document. This free tool allows you to merge multiple PDF or image files in any combination.
Here's how to use it:
All files uploaded here are stored for 4 hours, after which they are securely removed from our servers.
Select your PDF files you want to merge or drop the files into the file box. The pages of the PDFs are shown. Click on the pages you want to add to the new file. Save your new PDF.
Do not worry about quality. Merging pages of PDF files does not affect the quality of your PDF. The tool merges the pages so that the quality of the pages content remains exactly the same.
heic2pdf.com makes it as easy and fast as possible to combine PDF files. You do not need to install or set up anything, just select your PDF files in the app and merge pages.
No special requirements are necessary to merge PDF files online. The application works with all current operating systems and browsers. Just use this app in your browser and start merging.
You do not need to download and install any software. PDF files are merged in the cloud on our servers, so that this PDF merger does not consume your systems resources.
This PDF merging tool does not store your files on our server longer than necessary. Your files and results will be deleted from our server after a short period of time.
High Efficiency Image File Format (HEIF) is a container format for individual images and image sequences. The standard covers multimedia files that can also include other media streams, such as timed text, audio and video. An HEIF image using HEVC requires only about half the storage space as the equivalent quality JPEG. HEIF also supports animation, and is capable of storing more information than an animated GIF or APNG at a small fraction of the size.
HEIF files are a special case of the ISO Base Media File Format (ISOBMFF, ISO/IEC 14496-12), first defined in 2001 as a shared part of MP4 and JPEG 2000. Introduced in 2015, it was developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) and is defined as Part 12 within the MPEG-H media suite (ISO/IEC 23008-12).