Thread: Mobi2Mobi GUI Batch
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Old 10-22-2008, 08:22 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Jad View Post
I'm planning on dusting off my GUI code and developing a new program which will allow batch processing of files. The functionality will be pretty much identical to the existing GUI, just with a Batch oriented front end.

Since its early days, I thought I would solicit any improvement or features requests before I got to far into the programming.

Thanks in advance.

Jad
From my very first e-book, I always have dreamed of a MP3Tag clone specific for e-books.
It doesn't use databases, just metadata, but it's complete.



OTOH, I wonder: wouldn't be easier to write a mobipocket export module for Calibre?
It has some of the features we need (including ISBN.com metadata synchronization), and they're being expanded over time.
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