An overview of the DPS workflow and the publishing process


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An overview of the DPS workflow and the publishing process

The Digital Publishing Suite, or DPS for short, is Adobe's answer to the question of how to publish to tablets like Apple's iPad and Amazon's Kindle Fire. In this video, I'll discuss the DPS tools and outline the process of using them. One of the first things to know about DPS is that it comes in three separate editions; although you use the same tools in InDesign regardless of which edition you have. The three editions are Enterprise Edition, Professional Edition, and Single Edition, and on Adobe's DPS web site, you can view a detailed comparison chart.

The Enterprise Edition is aimed at large global publishing companies. It can be integrated with other publishing systems, and it includes high-end features that the other editions don't offer, like in-depth analytics, and the ability to customize the interface of the application used to view DPS publications, which is called the Content Viewer. The Enterprise Edition allows you to sell single issues or subscrip...

An overview of the DPS workflow and the publishing process
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An overview of the DPS workflow and the publishing process provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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