This is the portable version of Rilego, a Java-based software utility designed to help you create PDF documents from multiple image files in batch mode. It offers support for PNG, JPG and JPEG formats.
No installation required
Since it is a Java-based tool, there is no setup pack involved. It means that you can save the app directory in any part of the hard disk and just click the JAR file to run.
It is also possible to save Rilego to a USB flash disk or similar storage unit, to be able to run it on any PC easily, as long as it has Java installed.
An important matter to take into account is that it does not create new entries in the Start menu or Windows registry, leaving no traces behind after its removal.
The GUI is user-friendly, allowing users to indicate images using the file browser or tree view. Before proceeding with the conversion procedure to PDF format, you can make image adjustments when it comes to the brightness, contrast, smoothness and sharpening levels, rotate the photos to another angle, edit the document title and author, as well as specify the compression mode (e.g. lossless).
Evaluation and conclusion
Rilego is very light on the system resources, using low CPU and RAM. It has a good response time and carries out conversion jobs quickly, without hanging, crashing or popping up error messages. We have not come across any unpleasant surprises in our tests. To sum it up, Rilego offers a fast way to generating PDFs from popular image file types in batch mode, backed by some handy customization settings.