I'm having some issues trying to convert large amounts of jpg image files to pdf at a time. I'm using Tools>Create PDF>Multiple Files>Create Multiple PDF Files. When I try to drag the 1000 images into the popup box, it spawn an individual error message that "it cannot be added to the list because the file does not exist". I need to kill the process or close 1000 individual error messages (nice work Adobe). But putting only 4 or 5 images in at a time and they work fine so there is no actual corruption with the images. If I put 999 images in then it will load them in the popup box and avoid the first error messages, but then it will have error messages for each one in the progress log that "the input file is corrupt or unkown/unsupported."
Does anyone know what the limit is to the number of files Acrobat can batch convert at once and if there is anyway to resolve these bugs?
Unfortunately I get the same error messages as trying to add them to the popup window for Create Multiple PDFs - it spawns an individual error message for each one saying the file is in a corrupt or unsupported format, but all those files work perfectly in Acrobat when converted in smaller batches.