Join Anne-Marie Concepción for an in-depth discussion in this video Specifying image resolution and appearance, part of InDesign CS6: EPUB Kindle and iPad.
The good thing to know about dealing with images when you export to EPUB from InDesign…is that you usually don't have to do a dang thing.…Anything that appears in your Links panel or anything that you have placed not just images…like this JPEG here, but if you have placed a PDF or a layered Photoshop file or another…InDesign file, for that matter will become rasterized and will be exported as a JPEG…in 90% or maybe 99% of the instances in the resulting EPUB.…The EPUB file format supports JPEG, GIFs, PNGs, and SVGs, but InDesign will only export…to JPEG, GIFF, or PNG.…
And JPEG is what it uses for basically everything.…In my experience the only time it exports to GIFF is if you have placed a GIFF.…PNGs I am talking about in another video, and that's mainly when you have a vector file…with transparency like a placed Illustrator file.…It makes no difference really what resolution the image was when you placed it.…In this case this image is pretty high resolution, you can see that I have added another field…
- Understanding the differences between ebook formats
- Best practices for InDesign file preparation
- Managing the content flow with Layout order and the Articles panel
- Using free InDesign scripts to automate EPUB productions
- Optimizing images, charts, and tables
- Opening and examining EPUB files
- Editing important CSS and HTML tags
- Including drop caps, pull quotes, and text wraps
- Enriching your EPUBs with video and embedded fonts
- Acquiring an ISBN for ebooks
- Converting EPUBs to Kindle format (MOBI and KF8)
- Distributing ebooks with resellers and aggregators
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating a Fixed-Layout EPUBwith Anne-Marie Concepción3h 17m Intermediate
InDesign CS6: Interactive Documentswith Mike Rankin5h 11m Intermediate
1. Ebook Overview
What is an ebook?13m 41s
2. EPUB Production Basics
3. Preparing an InDesign Publication for EPUB Export
4. Modifying Text and Images for EPUB Export
5. Optimizing Images for EPUB Export
6. Exporting to EPUB2 and EPUB3
7. Previewing and Validating EPUB Files
8. Editing EPUB Files for Functionality
9. Editing EPUB Files for Formatting
10. Converting an EPUB to Other Ebook Formats
11. Distributing Your Ebook
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