Fast to import your existing content, whether in text, HTML, or OpenDocument.
Fast to create your Epub, Mobipocket or other format.
Fast to edit content and switch between variations of your ebooks.
Jutoh is written in C++ so runs at top speed – no frustrating delays.
Jutoh runs on Windows, Mac, Linux and various other Unix-based systems, and you can easily copy your files between machines of different kinds. One licence can be used on multiple operating systems simultaneously; and rest assured that if you buy a different kind of desktop or laptop, you don’t have to leave your way of working behind and buy new software.
Create ebook variations rapidly
Thanks to Jutoh’s configurations, you can describe differences between versions of your book – a different cover, a different title page, different formatting – all without needing separate projects. Just select a different configuration and click Compile. This is invaluable when you are distributing ebooks using different sites with slightly different requirements.
Ebook checking gives you confidence
Jutoh installs Adobe’s EpubCheck and EpubPreflight checker programs, so you can easily check your Epub book for internal errors or problems that might arise with specific readers. The checkers are run within Jutoh, so you don’t have to mess about with invoking the applications yourself.
Store related material
Jutoh lets you store text, picture, and web notes together with the book content. So if you’re writing or editing your ebook within Jutoh, you can easily refer to your notes or store text that doesn’t yet have a place
Version 2.63, June 28th, 2017
– Fixed restoration of editor palette width when quitting and restarting Jutoh.
– Fixed a crash when importing an HTML file with no encoding.
– Added Optimize links setting to TOC options, on by default, that works around a Kindle quirk by moving the first bookmark to the top of the chapter. Otherwise, text above the bookmark can be cut off when navigating.
– Added a Find Style command to the style palette context menu, to allow convenient searching for content with this style.
– Added an Edit Shortcut command to the style palette context menu, to make it easier to define a shortcut for a style or mark a style as a favourite.
– Added an Options command to the style palette context menu. This allows you to restrict the styles to those used in the current document or project, and to optionally display favourite styles. You can also choose to display any shortcuts defined for styles.
– Added List Style and Box Style options to the find and replace dialog.
– When viewing all style types in the Styles tab, each style is now marked with a letter denoting its type.
– Fixed problems showing the current box style in the style description window.
– If width or height are specified in an image’s custom properties, Limit images to viewer size optimization is not performed for that image. This allows setting an em size, for example.
– Added the ability to reset the EpubCheck command by clearing the field in Preferences/Helpers and restarting Jutoh.
– Worked around the bug in Kindle whereby clicking on the title page or TOC entry in the logical contents goes to the cover instead, when NavMap entries do not reference bookmarks, just the HTML files. The previous workaround for this problem was to create an advanced TOC with bookmarks; Jutoh will now add a bookmark at the top of each chapter and use these bookmarks in the NavMap.