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Old 11-24-2010, 06:07 AM   #261
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Originally Posted by Micah View Post
I do like graphic novels, and used to be a big comic book fan, but I must confess that I don't even know what cbr/cbz files are. I guess I need to learn.
Recipe for CBZ and CBR files.

CBZ:

1) Take some image files.
2) Compress them on the Zip format.
3) Rename the format "tail" of the resulting file from ".zip" to ".cbz"
4) You're set.

CBR:

1) Take some image files.
2) Compress them on the Rar format (WinRAR is required).
3) Rename the format tail of the resulting file from ".rar" to ".cbr"
4) You're set.

CBZ and CBR readers simply enter inside the compressed file and allow you to read the images from there. However, these "formats" are useful because they allow you to save space and to correctly divide your comic (in chapters, volumes, whatever).
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