Added Quick Reference: EBookery Workflow for Various Formats

I added a new quick reference, which is the workflow I currently use to produce two formats (alongside with what might be considered a by-product, HTML): Epub and Mobipocket.

EBookery Workflow for Various Formats

It’s very much geared towards someone with a Mac; however, much of it is easily adaptable to a Windows or even Linux machine, since many of the tools mentioned are either cross-platform or can be run under CrossOver.

The RubyEpub tools mentioned from time to time aren’t necessary, but they make life easier. Right now to get at them you need Subversion knowledge. At some point I want to make them a standard release in one fashion or another, probably as a Ruby gem.

3 thoughts on “Added Quick Reference: EBookery Workflow for Various Formats

  1. Thanks for the guide! I’ve been using Mobipocket Creator on a PC successfully for a year or so, but I recently switched over to a Macbook Pro and I can’t seem to get Crossover to work with Mobipocket Creator even though I’ve also installed IE6 in the same (XP) bottle. Do you have any suggestions about where I might be going wrong? I know I can use Parallels or another VM tool, but I’d prefer not to if at all possible. Thanks!

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