Actually, one option would be AlbumEasy.
to use it you would need to get the list of file names into a text file. The quickest and easiest way of doing so is via the Command Prompt if you are even slightly familiar with it:
- Open a command prompt
- Navigate to the folder containing your image files
- issue the command: dir /b /a-d > myimages.txt
The command dir /b /a-d > myimages.txt
will list all files in the folder into a text file called myimages.txt.
Edit the text file using a text editor or word processor and insert before each filename:
STAMP_ADD_IMG(40 30 "
and after each file name
" "" "" "" "")
So, for example, for an image called img001.jpg you would end up with:
STAMP_ADD_IMG(40 30 "img001.jpg" "" "" "" "")
Every 40 or so stamps, depending on how many you would like on a page, insert a PAGE_START command
and every 5 or so stamps, depending on how many you would like to a row issue a ROW_START command.
Open the text file in AlbumEasy and press the generate button to create your PDF.
After which you can customise the page if you like, add titles, image borders, different coloured backgrounds etc.
It is probably easier to do than it is to describe. If you are able to create a text file with image files names in it, send it to me (send a PM for my email address), and I can set up the basic framework for you.