|06-08-2010, 04:02 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
html as an intermediate step
After some reading, I used command line application for 32 bit windows,
called "pdftohtml" to produce something calibre would take as a valid
input. Finally, for pdf file without pictures, I got one page with all the text
in it. It also has page numbers and lines, that say the chapter 1,2,3 etc.
What could I do next to help calibre to converse it to the best possible
epub file? I'm aware of another option, mobipocket creator. The very prob-
lem I experience is that I'm not windows user and the only box available to
me is the one I have no admin privileges. When my kobo reader arrives,
I will ask operator to install the forum recommends for me. Possible to have
chapters separated, as in regular epub files?
|06-08-2010, 06:32 AM||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Vienna, Austria
Why don't you trust Calibre to convert the PDF file directly?
Also, there's an ePub editor called "Sigil" that lets you create/edit directly in the ePub format.
If you want to create a mobipocket book WITHOUT using software, try this site:
Copy/paste the text from your HTML file into the textarea and click the Mobipocket Ebook erstellen button. It'll work for a while, maybe even tell you that the script is slow/dead, but soon you'll get a PRC file which, I believe, can be renamed to MOBI in case that's what the Kobo Reader requires.
Last edited by mores; 06-08-2010 at 06:35 AM.
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