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Conversion of djvu file format to epub file format beta

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Convert DjVu image to Open Publication structure e-book.

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Converting .djvu publications to other files, including PDF and EPUB or even some images (JPEG, TIFF etc.) is possible and can be done using some specialized converters. Just don't be surprised when the resulting file will be almost 10x bigger than the original in DJVU format.

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DjVu Converter

A DjVu converter

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Additional links: Open djvu file, Open epub file


A djvu file extension is used for a special image and document file format called DjVu. Typically used for image documents because it can achieve much lower file sizes, compared to other image formats with text, such as JPEG.


File extension epub is used by e-book in Open Publication structure eBook format. Since 2007 EPUB format is regarded as international standard. Generally used for text-centric books or other publications.


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