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Old 12-28-2012, 12:26 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by northernbio View Post
I have a large number of text files that I have imported into Calibre, and then converted to .mobi format. Within each text file is the title and author's name.

What would be a possible approach to extracting this information, and then adding to the metadata? Would I need to first add metadata to the associated .opf file? Can I use Calibre, or will I need to use something like Visual Basic?
Look in the Help file: Command line Interface section (CLI) for what can be done that way (possibly with a BAT file)
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