Merge multiple JPGs into 1

Hi all,
CloudConvert returns multiple JPGs, what is the best way of merging them?

This returns individual files unfortunately…

Hi @karla

The reason you are getting an individual file might be because of using an iterator. Alternatively, giving the map function directly could resolve this, or using an aggregator could also be a solution.

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So there are multiple ways we’re trying to fix it, but it always returns individual files…



can you please provide the output of cloud vision


These contain the text that we need to merge:

Every result (item/record) from an iterator module will output a bundle. To “combine” them into a single structure, you’ll need to use an aggregator of some sort.

Aggregators are modules that accumulate multiple bundles into one single bundle. An example of a commonly-used aggregator module is the Array aggregator module. The next popular aggregator is the Text Aggregator which is very flexible and has applies to many use-cases.

The Text Aggregator can be used to combine text from multiple bundles into a single text variable.


would you be so kind and provide the formula for the text aggregator combining 2 or more outputs? Looks like it’s the easier one.

Just map the “Text” variable (that you highlighted above) into the value field.

Expand the advanced settings and select new line/row.


it worked, thank you!!!

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