Convert lrf to rtf
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The LRF format is a proprietary format developed by Sony in collaboration with Canon, as a document and text encoding standard for the Broad Band eBook file format. The format specifically targeted Sony portable eBook readers and was capable of encoding both text, pagination, and images. Being unencrypted, LRF encoded files do not enforce DRM. This is in contrast to the LRX format which is also part of the BBeB eBook file format which does support encryption for DRM files. The Sony eBook store announced in July 2010 a discontinuation of support for the LRF format in favor of the public and open EPUB format.
In its original conception, the .rtf format was a specification for formatting text and graphics principally designed to facilitate the interoperability of documents and text between Microsoft document processing applications. It eliminated the need for specialized translation software required to open documents in different versions of MS-DOS, Windows, and Macintosh. The specification is a proprietary filename format first developed by Microsoft in 1987 to be supported in Microsoft word 3.0 and all versions of Microsoft Office Word thereof. The latest revision, version 1.9.1, was released in 2008 and also marked the end of any further enhancements to the specification by Microsoft. Through unformatted text, control words, control symbols, and groups, a piece of text can be encoded into an .rtf format. All RTF readers then process .rtf formats by separating and acting on control information disparately from the actual text in the document. Though the RTF specification is proprietary asset of Microsoft, several non-Microsoft programs support both reading .rtf documents and creating .rtf. Microsoft Office Suite is still however the most dominant application associated with this specification.