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Old 06-08-2011, 06:38 AM   #1
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How to convert djvu files to Kindle

Hi all, I recently had some DejaVu (*.djvu) files that I wanted to view on my Kindle, but it doesn't work out of the box. You can convert it to PDF on Linux using djvulibre-bin package (on ubuntu) to convert to PDF and then put it on your kindle. More details: Convert DjVu files to Kindle PDF on Linux

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Old 06-08-2011, 08:43 AM   #2
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you can convert djvus or you can duokanize your kindle and you are set to go.
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Old 06-17-2011, 11:36 PM   #3
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oh dear I thought it would be easy LOL I have some .djvu files ( i feel like I've seen them before. Heh) and they're weird science books I can't find anywhere else and I'd love to view them on my Sony e-reader. But my trusty Calibre ways whuuuuuut??? I have a mac computer. Any ideas of an easy peasy non technical way for me to get an epub of pdf out of 'em? thanks for any ideas.
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Try k2pdfopt

Another option for viewing DJVU files on the kindle (or any device which can display PDF files) is k2pdfopt.
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Old 08-16-2012, 09:16 AM   #5
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oh dear I thought it would be easy LOL I have some .djvu files ( i feel like I've seen them before. Heh) and they're weird science books I can't find anywhere else and I'd love to view them on my Sony e-reader. But my trusty Calibre ways whuuuuuut??? I have a mac computer. Any ideas of an easy peasy non technical way for me to get an epub of pdf out of 'em? thanks for any ideas.
http://www.djvu-pdf.com/

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You don't need to convert djvu files (in fact, you should NOT because the result is usually 10x bigger, so it is a sheer waste of storage space) in order to view them on Kindle. You just use kpdfdjview available freely here:

https://github.com/tigran123/kindlepdfviewer/downloads

kpdfdjview is a lightweight version of kindlepdfviewer with support for PDF and DjVu. It supports multi-level TOC (aka "outlines" or "bookmarks"), arbitrary page crop, etc.
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