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Last updated 15 Nov 2013
 

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K2PDFOPT GUIs

For those of you who are not fans of the command-line interface built into
k2pdfopt, or if you aren't satisfied with the MS Windows GUI in v2.x, the following graphical user interfaces (GUIs) are available:

WINDOWS
from Jens Wallauer
Last update: v2.0.1.0, 22 June 2013

Wallauer's Windows GUI is feature rich and very compact (much more compact than k2pdfopt itself!), and continues to have features added with his latest 2.0 release. It requires you to install k2pdfopt separately and may require .NET Framework 4 to be installed on your PC. OCR support was added in v1.04. Visit Jens' page for more details.

OSX (APPLE/MAC) AND WINDOWS
from Adrian Zandberg
Last update: 12 Jan 2013

The reFlower GUI runs in either Mac OSX or Windows and includes k2pdfopt, so you only have to download the one file, but you may have to install the Tcl/Tk framework (for OSX). It accesses a more limited number of k2pdfopt options than Wallauer's GUI.

OSX version
 
Windows version

OSX (APPLE/MAC)
from Fiore Basile
Last update: 28 June 2013

MacReFlower gives Mac OSX another GUI option. It is tuned specifically for the kindle paperwhite and requires you to also download the k2pdfopt OSX binary and put it in your path (/usr/local/bin recommended).

LINUX/OSX/WINDOWS (PYTHON)
from Ashley DaSilva
Last update: 14 Aug 2013

Journal2eBook is written in python and therefore provides a GUI for all three platforms. It previews the source file and allows you to graphically select margins.
 
K2PDFOPT DIRECTLY ON YOUR
KINDLE OR KOBO

(with help from Huang Xin)
Last udpate: 4 July 2013

Huang Xin has forked a version of KindlePDFViewer which runs on the Kindle 3 and DX (and others?) and uses k2pdfopt for text re-flow. There is a mobileread.com thread about the KindlePDFViewer on the Kindle 3, as well, a thread about the original KindlePDFViewer.

Support for other e-readers:
   KOReader (Kindle Touch and Paperwhite)
   Kobo Version of KOReader (tested on Kobo Glo)
   Liberator (Kindle 4)
   Kobo Version of KindlePDFViewer (Kobo Glo, Mini, Touch)
   

K2PDFOPT ON-LINE
(from David Suarez)
Last udpate: 15 Nov 2013

David Suarez will convert your PDF document on-line at convert-kindle.com.
   

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