Welcome to another Good e-Reader Video Tutorial! Today we show you how to load ebooks on your Bebook Club S e-Reader. This is the latest device the company is offered and just came out last month. The programs we teach you how to use is Adobe Digital Editions, Calibre and Windows Explorer.
The Bebook Club S does not have any internet connectivity so you will have to rely on this tutorial to show you how to copy over books you have purchased from stores that sell their books in EPUB format. Lucklily this is fairly common as major stores such as Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Smashwords and other sites offer all of their books in this particular format.
Calibre is the first program we show you how to use and is a free download and has support for almost all the major e-readers and tablets on the market. It allows you tremendous flexibility in crafting your ebook experience. You can convert books from one format to another or simply change the title and author name. We give you an overview of what the program is all about and how to make simple edits to your book and then transfer it to your Club S.
Adobe Digital Editions is a program primarily used for transferring to your device books you have purchased from other bookstores. You also have the ability to copy over books you have borrowed from the library. Really, if your book has DRM you want to use this program to copy to over to your Nook Tablet. We show you how to register the program and import it into Digital Editions. Finally we show you how to copy it over to your tablet and then your good to go.
Finally we show you how to use Windows Explorer and navigate the directory structure of your e-reader. There are many directories on the device and can be confusing for new users, we point out the essential ones you need to know about. As well, if you want to make collections or otherwise refine your device, we show you how to do that too.
Markus lives in San Francisco, California and is the video game and audio expert on Good e-Reader! He has a huge interest in new e-readers and tablets, and gaming.