Originally Posted by Jane12
Is there ever a situation where Calibre produces better results than Kindlegen?
Originally Posted by pdurrant
It depends what you mean by "better".
"Better" meaning more compliant with the Kindle/Mobipocket "standard"? No, because Amazon define the standard and don't publish it.
"Better" meaning more closely matching the formatting of the original epub? Yes, sometimes.
I'm more concerned about compliance with Kindle standard -- i.e., creating Kindle ebooks that will not cause a Kindle device/app to balk.
But it's interesting that Calibre can sometimes do a better job of matching formatting of the original epub. I'll keep that in mind. Thanks!