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Old 04-01-2008, 12:10 AM   #11
nrapallo
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TIP: Loading Mobipocket created .opf files

Mobipocket Creator can read .opf projects created by eBook Publisher, but not the other way round. It appears that Mobipocket Creator strips all the data within the <x-metadata> ... </x-metadata> block except for an embedded cover.

However, eBook Publisher requires its standard information there.

Solution, just insert the following text into the .opf created by Mobipocket Creator, then load in eBook Publisher and adjust Edition Settings to your liking:

Code:
<x-metadata>
<meta name="x-SBP-logging" content="on"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-encrypt" content="off"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-compress" content="on"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-widow" content="0"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-orphan" content="0"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-zoomstate" content="both"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-undlinks" content="on"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-csssupport" content="2"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-projectversion" content="1"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-RLEtrigger" content="25"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-devicemodel" content="gs"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-Initial-Content" content="false"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-Require-ISBN" content="false"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-KeepAnchorLinks" content="false"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-PreScaleImages" content="true"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-ColorDepth" content="0"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-Grayscale" content="false"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-ConvertToJPEG" content="true"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-CreatedBy" content="2.2.4.5"/>
<meta name="x-SBPNuvo-Build-ID" content="ebook:guid-03d46d97e9524b0b8befb1c6b98f8ada"/>
<meta name="x-SBPNuvo-Timestamp" content="108-02-14T12:31:20Z"/>
<meta name="x-SBPNuvo-Content-Is-Periodical" content="no"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-PriceBinding" content="no"/>
<meta name="x-SBP-destdir" content="."/>
<meta name="x-SBP-category" content="General Interest"/>
<meta name="x-Gemstar-ModifiedBy" content="2.2.4.5"/>
</x-metadata>
Another reason eBook Publisher may complain and refuse to load is if the media type of '.html' items within the <manifest> block is not the following:
Code:
 media-type="text/x-oeb1-document"
If not, change all '.html' item media-types to the above, save the .opf and load it in eBook Publisher. You should now have a .opf project file that will load in eBook Publisher!
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