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ABC Amber LIT Converter
ABC Amber LIT Converter is an advanced utility which converts your LIT (Microsoft Reader) files to any format you wish (PDF, HTML, CHM, RTF, HLP, DOC, and many more) easily and quickly.
The software supports a batch conversion, a run from command line, more than 50 languages. Batch conversion ability allows you to convert a unlimited number of LIT files at a time.
As all ABC Amber products, it's really easy as ABC and powerful as Amber.
ABC Amber LIT Converter is freeware. This means that the program can be freely used at no charge.
ABC Amber LIT Converter is intended for fair use only. This means that you should only use the program to convert eBooks you have already purchased, and you must not distribute copies of the converted version.
We hereby disclaim any responsibility for any such distribution may occur.
- reads LIT (Microsoft Reader) files and converts to PDF (doesn't require Adobe Acrobat to be installed),
HTML, RTF (MS Word doesn't need to be installed), CHM, HLP, TXT (ANSI and Unicode),
DOC (MS Word), etc.
- supports batch conversion
- easy to use and easy to set up
- supports multiple charsets
- supports advanced PDF export options
- supports multiple HLP and CHM export options
- bonus: converts books to RB (Rocket eBook), FB2 (FictionBook) and PDB (Palm) (since 2.02)
- command line support, multiple language support, skin support... and more!
Q: I have downloaded Amber Lit Converter v1.06 and it worked fine with a number of LIT files.
However it fails with the attached file and enters some kind of infinite loop or something as it holds
the processor at 100 for a very long time without giving any results (the program does not respond).
A: Set "HTML import" option to external parser (Tools - Options - General), open your lit file and then convert it.
To download the latest free version (2.08) from Rapidshare,
To download a free version, click here.
What our users are saying:
"I've only tried this utility once so far, but it fills a need that I've seen for several months.
If you are making the transition away from proprietary Microsoft operating systems - or if you simply want to take your books on your portable device -
this little utility might fit your needs.
Doesn't appear to have any spyware payload.
It doesn't require the Microsoft LIT reader in order to translate a lit file into pdf."
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