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Old 08-12-2009, 08:34 AM   #2
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I would like to find a windows meta data editor with an interface similar to Mp3tag for MP3 files. Calibre can edit metadata, but it requires adding the ebook to the Calibre library and then copying it back to the original windows folder after editing the metadata. I would prefer a tool that can edit metadata without having to copy the ebook back and forth. Does anyone know of a tool like this? I use a Sony 505 with both lrf and epub ebooks.
Calibre has a command-line utility for doing exactly that (ebook-meta.exe). Unfortunately, aside from the primary Calibre GUI, I'm not aware of any GUI for the command-line program.
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