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I'm a student, and I'm trying to go (kinda) paperless. I write stuff on my whiteboard, or a notebook then I scan it with my phone, and bring it into my windows laptop. My plan is to vectorize the images and upload them to drive as bundled pdfs. I don't know how. I'm not really going with inkscape, cuz it's too slow and I cant work with multiple files at once. I tried using potrace... But I was dumb enough to not use command line interfaces. I tried using cr8tracer, which is a GUI for potrace, but it too can't work on multiple files. However, since cr8tracer works on .BMP files only, I had to use IrfanView to batch convert them altogether from .jpg to .bmp. But the entire process still is too slow, since I have to trace one image at a time with cr8tracer. Can anyone tell me how I can batch trace the files in a GUI software. It would be best if it could work with pngs and jpgs, cuz that's the formats phones take pictures in; so I wouldn't have to go through the irfan view process. It would also be great if you could tell me how to bundle the .svgs to a single pdf. and even better, simplify the paths to decrease the number of nodes... Thanks in advance!

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