Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video One file per chapter, part of Creating Ebooks for the Kindle.
…It's easier for a device to deal with a collection of…small linked files, than it is, one great big, huge file.…You might remember in the last chapter, when…we actually created this file from the HTML,…Calibre was able to split it apart into…chapters, and it did that using an XPath expression.…We didn't look much at the conversion process at that time.…Here we're looking in a later chapter.…More of that.…And so if I go back to convert books just here.…And just choose perhaps to convert this out to a different format.…
You can see some of the details around conversion.…And if I come down here to structure detection, you can see that this XPath…expression is looking for certain things, and you can improve…on that or not, depending on how you work it, using these fields…here, but most of the time with the default, it works just fine.…What if it hasn't split them apart quite enough, or you want to merge some files?…Well that's where we need to swap across to editing that book.…
So I'm going to right click on the title here, and choose Edit Book.…
- Reviewing ebook formats
- Converting to EPUB from Word and Pages
- Converting HTML/XHTML to EPUB
- Adding a cover image
- Editing metadata
- Building a TOC
- Adding and editing links
- Publishing to Amazon
Skill Level Beginner
InDesign CC 2014: EPUBswith Anne-Marie Concepción4h 50m Beginner
Ebooks: Distributing and Marketingwith David Wogahn3h 16m Intermediate
1. Formats and Tools
2. InDesign Workflows
InDesign CS4 to CC2m 47s
3. Word, Text, and HTML
4. Tools of Choice
5. Editing Your EPUB with calibre
6. Editing Your EPUB with Sigil
7. Publishing to Amazon
Where to go from here1m 36s
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