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Old 09-04-2009, 12:30 AM   #8
nrapallo
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Always remember, IrfanView is your friend!

I re-saved just images 2 and 3 (quality: 95) and it now works, like JSWolf's solution.

I sometimes have the same problem when converting .prc/.epub ebooks to .imp as the eBook Publisher software I use cannot read some .jpeg's as well. I've never understood why, but just re-saving them with IrfanView has ALWAYS worked for me.

When I wrote my Mobi2IMP conversion software in Perl, I used GD::Image tools to just resave the images extracted from .prc/.mobi ebooks and used those to produce the .imp ebook conversion. Again ALWAYS worked for me!
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