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Neil Perlin: Control & Consistency in Print & eBook
Author Neil Perlin discusses the importance of using a processional Help Authoring Tool (HAT) like Adobe RoboHelp to achieve topic-based content that has control and flexibility for publishing to print of screen. Perlin shares how a traditional book that he published in the late 1980s took 4 months to go through the process. His first book published with RoboHelp took only 8 hours, and his latest book published to print and eBook took only 2.5 hours.
ROBOHELP 10: Publishing to eBook format
Single source layouts in RoboHelp 10 enable you to publish to a variety of format. With the built-in eBook format, you can publish to ePub and Kindle at the same time. This brief video walks you through the choices you should make in ePub layout properties before publishing your first projects. Steps include how to choose a graphic image for your book cover. You will discover that the steps are short and extremely straight forward. For more detailed information, you should view the recorded webinar with our guest, Matt Sullivan, who covers the process of eBook publishing in greater detail at: http://adobe.ly/17YvOre
RoboHelp 10: Publish to ePub3 and Kindle simultaneously
RoboHelp 10 demonstrates the ability to output to multiple eBook formats via HTML5 (like iPad) and also in the two major formats for Kindle. Single-source publishing to mobile and tablets has never been so productive.
Talking to "We Meet Once Again" E-book Production Team, Taiwan
Show: Digital Publishing
Giddens, one Taiwan's hottest producers and directors, speaks to Adobe about his latest project "We Meet Once Again" and the eBook he created using Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 and Digital Publishing Suite.
47: From ePub to More Elaborate Digital Publishing Methods
Show: Ask the Adobe Ones
Kush receives a tweet from a viewer asking about the recently aired video showcasing Wired magazine’s new iPad app powered by Adobe tools. He explores that and even simpler ways to create digital publications. Creating content for various devices like the iPad using Adobe tools might be easier than what you think after all.