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ebook-rename v1.0.3

Get the metadata of the e-book and rename it

ebook-rename

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Use ebook-meta to retrieve data from eBooks and rename them

Before using, please ensure that the computer has calibre software installed

Use

$ npm i -g ebook-rename
$ ebook-rename -h
Usage: ebook-rename [options]

Options:
  -d, --directory <path>  The directory where the e-book is located (default: current directory)
  -f, --format <string>   The e-book format to be renamed, supported formats: azw, azw1, azw3, azw4, cbr, cbz, chm, docx, epub, fb2, fbz, html, htmlz, imp, lit, lrf, lrx, mobi, odt, oebzip, opf, pdb, pdf, pml, pmlz, pobi, prc, rar, rb, rtf, snb, tpz, txt, txtz, updb, zip (default: Support all)
  -o, --output <path>     Output directory (default: outputBooks)
  -m, --mode <string>     Output mode, supported mode: cover, jump (default: jump)
  -v, --version           output the version number
  -h, --help              output usage information

If your computer is mac or linux and there are spaces in the directory, then you need to use a backslash in front of the space to convert spaces, as follows:

# mac or linux
$ ebook-rename -d ~/kindle/My\ Kindle\ Content

If your computer is windows and there are spaces in the directory, then you need to enclose the directory with double quotes ". as follows:

# windows
$ ebook-rename -d "c:/kindle/My Kindle Content"

Set up e-book directory

$ ebook-rename -d ~/kindle/My\ Kindle\ Content

If not filled, the default is the current directory.

Set the output directory

$ ebook-rename -o ~/newName

If not filled, the default is the outputBooks folder in the current directory(If not, it is automatically created)

Set output mode

$ ebook-rename -m jump
  • jump: Skip if there is already a file with this name in the output directory

  • cover: If there is already a file with this name in the output directory, then the file is overwritten

Set the file format to be renamed

$ ebook-rename -f mobi,azw3,epub

The default support format is: azw, azw1, azw3, azw4, cbr, cbz, chm, docx, epub, fb2, fbz, html, htmlz, imp, lit, lrf, lrx, mobi, odt, oebzip, opf, pdb, pdf, pml, pmlz, pobi, prc, rar, rb, rtf, snb, tpz, txt, txtz, updb, zip

If you want to specify more than one, you can use a comma to split

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