From PC TechZone:
Converts Text, HTML, PDF, and LIT based eBooks into images. This is for people without MP3 players with text or eBook support, but can view photos. It will convert a book into a series of images. Supports multiple subdirectories for easier sorting, rotating images, inversing colors, anti-aliasing. Native support for Sansa e200 series, or specify sizes for any player.
When it works as expected it's brilliant.
1. Custom sizing of image lets you fit any kind of media player screen.
2. Control over font and background color is easy on eyes and may save batteries.
3. You can resize fonts to suit your eyes.
1. Requires NetFramework
2. Doesn't handle line feeds well - often runs paragraphs (even the whole book) into 1 big paragraph
3. Frequently inserts a box chara in text where a page break appears in the original
4. Loses quotation marks (rarely)
Haven't reinstalled this since reinstalling XP because it's the only program I use that requires Net Framework. Probably will, though, because for some eBooks it's the only way to move them to my PMP without the font being too small to read. Plus, on my Archos, I can listen to music while reading if the eBook is in image format, but not when it's in PDF format.
My biggest complaint is the loss of line feeds. During dialog passages when the speaker changes from paragraph to paragraph without any other indication of who is speaking, running the paragraphs together is disaster.