Although the majority of ebooks are text-only novels and short stories, a large minority of ebooksaacross all genresainclude photographs, illustrations, charts, graphs, maps, other imagery, and even audio and video. Moreover, even novels and short stories typically have at least cover images. Whether your publication merely needs a cover or requires lots of figures, the process of creating and using graphics and multimedia in ebooks differs in several distinct ways from creating and using them in print or in other digital formats. In this chapter, you will learn about the following: Exporting Images to eBooks Preparing Images for eBooks Adding Audio and Video to eBooks Adding Vector Graphics to eBooksFor instance, to make a fixed-layout ebook available in the iOS iBookstore, it must be built completely differently than the KF8-format version created to sell through the Amazon Kindle store for viewing on a Kindle Fire. Because of the frequentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Chapter 6: Working with Images and Multimedia in eBooks|
|Publisher||:||Pariah Burke - 2015-05-08|