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Old 03-11-2009, 07:45 AM   #1
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Grüße.
Wie funktioniert das mit den RSS Feeds und dem CYBOOK?
Ich brauche mobipocket, dieser lädt den RSS Feed runter und auf Cybook. Und dann? Scheint das ganze dann in der Biblio als "Buch" auf?
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Old 03-11-2009, 10:48 AM   #2
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Es sollte als Buch direkt auf das angeschlossene Cybook kopiert werden.

Besser als der mobipocket reader (auch in anderen Belangen) funktioniert allerdings calibre, Du findest es hier im Forum.
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Kann Calibre auch vom PDF oder Word in Mobi umwandeln?
Was ist besser zum Umwandeln, Calibre oder Mobipocket Reader oder Creator?
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In jedem Fall der Creator! Er gibt dir die Möglichkeit Menüs zu erstellen, das Cover zu bestimmen und die Metainformationen anzugeben.

Direktes Umwandeln ist zwar möglich, es empfiehlt sich allerdings den Zwischenschritt über html-Export (möglichst eine frühe html-Version ohne CSS) zu nehmen und ein wenig Hand an den Quelltext zu legen bevor Du das file ins mobi-Format konvertierst.
Außer natürlich Du legst ausschließlich Wert auf den Inhalt und die Aufmachung ist dir egal
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In jedem Fall der Creator! Er gibt dir die Möglichkeit Menüs zu erstellen, das Cover zu bestimmen und die Metainformationen anzugeben.
Mag bei Mobi zwar den Creator auch lieber aber Calibre kann das alles auch. (Cover und Metainfos unter "Metainfos", Menü im Konvertierungs-Dialog)
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Oje, ich hab Calibre einfach überlesen, kann natürlich auch alles, was der Creator kann.

Welchen der 2 Du vorziehst ist eigentlich egal, nur nicht den Reader nehmen
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