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How could I convert a physical book into an ebook? Answered

I have some books that I would like to make into ebooks so that i can carry them around and read them more conveniently. I would prefer not to use a scanner, partly because mine is not very good and also because a few of my books are somewhat fragile and I do not want to damage the spines on them. I do have a very nice digital SLR camera if there is something I could do with that.
thanks for the help


Hi, I’ll recommend a smart book scanner from
CZUR. As you do not want to damage the spines on them, CZUR will not damage any document because theey don't have any contact. I guess it's a good option for you.

I’m a student and I also have many
textbooks, notes, reports to scan and save. CZUR is an affordable choice for me
and matches your situation. The scanning process is simple. Just place a book
under the camera, and the software will help to convert them into ebooks, even
in different formats, like PDF, or Word.

Btw, it's fast to scan books with it. So it's also proper to scan book in bulk.

Hope it’s helpful for you.


You are a grotesque guy, why did you send a link haven't any reference to Help?


Could you please help me with the correct software name used in google for download ?? Im unable to find Book to PDF converter


Many recent scanners include such functionality built-in as part of their software. This is one that has great reviews for doing exactly that. The software will let you scan page after page and then automatically pull it all together as an ebook.  Good luck!

The simplest thing would be to photograph the pages and save the images together as a PDF.

Scan them and OCR (optical Character read) into a suitable format -

Caliber and stanza are 2 free software packages that will convert many e book formats for you.

Check out this ible, I think this is exactly what you need.

We did the ghetto version of JUST THAT the other day...
There's some great software available for free to deskew, rotate, desaturate, reorder, and ocr the books...