For some time i'm using Pocket PC for book reading. There is the great reader - HaaliReader, there is the awesome converter Any2FB2, but no the good program for book "organization" - simple to use converter with preview capability with the "shelf" functionality. This disadvantage i try to close.
- VS 2005 runtime (for versions above 0.9.108)
- MSXML 4.0 or later
Any2FB2 (for TXT file importing)
- FB2Any (export to Rocket eBook, not required)
|Book shelf||Reader||Reader settings||Converter settings|
What Book2Shelf can do:
- Store the index of all you books (3000 - easy!)
- Sort books by author and group (sequence)
- Direct export to PocketPC (using PPCExport)
- By default stores books as ZIP file in subdirectories (author\author. title.zip)
- Supports books in ordinary files at any place (with or without ZIP compression) for example on CD/DVD
- Fast search by author/title/genre...
- Built in reader (derived from HaaliReader)
- Shows all books what original HaaliReader can show (fb2,txt,pdb...)
- Converts books from plain text or MS Word (not yet) to FictionBook2 format using Any2FB2
- Supports ZIP compression for converted but not imported books
- Logs the conversion process
- Copyes misformated books to separate folder for future analysis
- Fills the genre tag while converting
- Renames books while converting. You can use author's name, title and genre as a part or file name. Subdirs created if necessary.
- Flexible user interface settings
- Does not require installer
- Supports FB2Any (currently only export to Rocket eBook)
- The "autorun" mode supported.
- Shows books in CHM,HTML,PDF etc.
- Read them by voice:)
- Does not support Linux (sorry)