For creating your own .imp ebooks from .html source, the most powerful software to use is eBook_Publisher
. It has a steep learning curve, but what powerful software doesn't.
To create .imp ebooks from (hyperlinked/CSS) .html source file(s), start eBook Publisher and follow these steps:
- First, eBook Publisher requires that you to create a New Project
(.opf file) using the File menu item.
- Next, you should enter the ebook details using Edition Setting...
under the Project menu and save it using the name of your resulting .imp ebook. Ensure you uncheck "Require ISBN", enter Title, Author and Bookshelf Category at a minimum as these are required entries.
- Next, you can Add Files...
any source .html, just change the file-requester's filetype from *.odf to *.html.
- Next make sure you change the Build Target
from the default "OEBFF: All Targets" to "Grayscale Half-VGA" for the eBookwise 1150 .imp format.
- Last, select Build Edition...
and determine if the Processing Successful
message appears as the last line of the Errors and Messages window. If not, you may need to tweak your source .html and repeat Build Edition...
until you are satisfied with the .imp output.
To get the .imp file onto the reader, just follow this
Obviously, this is just a very cursory step-by-step, but it should point you in the right direction. And yes, you will
benefit by reading the eBook Publisher 2.1 documentation/manual (User's Guide).
Anyone having any problems/issues, should post a question in a new thread in the Fictionwise forum.