prankie

04-24-2013, 07:14 AM

Hi,

As the title suggests I would like to create ePub from PDF's which I have licensed. Problem is most of these PDF's are Engineering Books, which means they are full of mathematical equations, tables and diagrams.

I have used Calibre but it ruins the formatting and doesn't display Mathematical equations at all.

I also tried using Adobe professional ---> Turning PDFs to RTF/HTML but in all cases equations and diagrams are badly affected!

Is there a way of dealing with this? I have heard that ePub3 natively supports mathematical equations? Is there an easy solution for conversion?

Any sort of help would be appreciated. Looking forward.

Regards,

Prankie

As the title suggests I would like to create ePub from PDF's which I have licensed. Problem is most of these PDF's are Engineering Books, which means they are full of mathematical equations, tables and diagrams.

I have used Calibre but it ruins the formatting and doesn't display Mathematical equations at all.

I also tried using Adobe professional ---> Turning PDFs to RTF/HTML but in all cases equations and diagrams are badly affected!

Is there a way of dealing with this? I have heard that ePub3 natively supports mathematical equations? Is there an easy solution for conversion?

Any sort of help would be appreciated. Looking forward.

Regards,

Prankie