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Old 12-11-2007, 10:41 PM   #1
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Is it possible to load a book/file directtly to the SD card and then have the unit do it's comversion for the whole card or must you put each book/document in separately. Does it actually convert the mobipocket files?Does anyone know of a mobipocket bulk converter? I have about 10,000 books and have decided that may be the route to go or maybe pdb format?

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Old 12-11-2007, 11:01 PM   #2
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Is it possible to load a book/file directtly to the SD card and then have the unit do it's comversion for the whole card or must you put each book/document in separately. Does it actually convert the mobipocket files?Does anyone know of a mobipocket bulk converter? I have about 10,000 books and have decided that may be the route to go or maybe pdb format?

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I believe this device does not need to convert any mobipocket files. It reads them natively.

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No need to convert Mobipocket books it does read them natively. Both the Cybook and the SD card are mounted on the computer as UMS drives (on my Windows computer they show up as F: and G: drives) and you can perform a mass copy of the files to either the Cybook or the SD card. Alternatively if you have Windows you can use the Mobipocket Desktop Reader v6.1 software to transfer the files. When you disconnect the books will show up in the Cybook library.
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