It enables to publish a single file elibrary(.ero) with group of your files with great ease. Strong piracy security is the key feature, where published eLibraries can be encrypted with End User Activation System which allows using authorized clients only' Key Features Wizard for step by step development Batch Importing import group of files in one go! Publishing with encrypted to licensing per PC for Anti Piracy! Inbuilt eBook Viewer (.pdf, .chm, .djvu, .mobi, .xps, .cbz and .cbr) - No need to install ebook readers like Adobe Reader. Inbuilt Player - Audio (.mp3, .wma, .wav and .mid) Video (.avi, .mpg and .wmv) Flash (.swf) files. Propagandize by social networks (Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter) with ease. Fully customizable appearance. Locking some or more files for unlock to buy or unlock on schedule. Max eLibrary size 1 TB and Max file size to load into eLibrary is 250 MB! To Whom For Authors, Writers, Publishers, Visual tutorial makers, eLearning content makers, Professors, Teachers, Mentors, Educational Organizations and those who want to sell or distribute eLibraries to their students or clients. Their content files like eBooks (Study materials /Audio books / Video tutorials) by making e Libraries. They can add their own files and also downloaded files, from various public domains into eLibrary. Authors/writers/publishers - they can create eLibraries with their ebooks/audiobooks to publish single file eLibrary(.ero) to sale or distribute to their clients. Professors/Teachers/Mentors - they can publish eLibraries with their study materials / video tutorials / flash quizzes / audio books to sale distribute to their students. Educational Organizations - can publish eLibraries to their students to prepare at offline, they can create eLibraries with course study materials like, subject notes / video tutorials/ flash quizzes / test papers / sample papers/ audio books.
LicenseFree to try
File Size17.09 MB
Operating System Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Windows 2003 Windows Windows Server 2008 Windows 2000


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