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    • Adobe's content strategy for the emerging digital world
      Mark SzulcTechnical DirectorAdobe AU & NZ
      Future of the Book Conference25th June 2009
    • What are our needs & challenges??
      Monetize your ideas & effort
      Meet customer expectations
      Speed up our workflows
      2
    • Paper is no longer the “only” end product..
    • Open Standards and Interoperability for eBooks
      • Publishers want to produce and distribute a single eBook file, with multiple authoring and production tool options
      • Consumers want to buy from multiple points of purchase, read on their device of choice, without having to juggle multiple software programs and incompatible libraries
      • We are all best served if the digital book value chain is not controlled by any one company
      • At Adobe, we see our role as being an ecosystem enabler, working to foster standards and build associated tools and services on an open playing field
    • NOW AN OPEN ISO STANDARD(but we keep on working!)
    • eBooks on Mobile Devices
      • PDF and EPUB support that can be integrated into reading devices and smartphone software
      • Tethered or Over-the-Air Fulfillment
      • Integrates with Adobe Digital Editions
      • Delivered as Source Code
      • Licensees: Bookeen, Polymer Vision, iRex Technologies, SONY Reader, Lexcycle Stanza (iPhone), PlasticLogic, Amazon (PDF only), Netronix, Tianjin Jinke and Others
      • Devices that support Flash support EPUB/PDF multimedia
    • EPUB
    • EPUB: the Standard Format For Reflow-Centric Publications
      Complements PDF, which focuses on final-form paginated documents
      EPUB designed to adapt to any device, any size screen
      Structured and accessible, XML based
      With SVG, font embedding, and styles/templates to enable an enriched experience
      Support rich media & interactivity via embedded objectsAudio/Video/Media Convergence
      Publishers rapidly adopting EPUB across the spectrum: trade, technical, textbook, academic journals
    • EPUB Authoring: Multiple Adobe Workflows
      InDesignthe page layout tool of choice for professional publishers, for books, newspapers, magazines, and more
      Enhanced EPUB export now built-in to InDesignCS4
      Adobe Buzzword Export
      Open Source Authoring
      EPUBCheck
      EPUBGen
      Open Publication Distribution System (OPDS)
      Acrobat Plug-in for PDF->EPUB Gen
    • EPUB Authoring: Adobe Buzzword
      Adobe Buzzword free, web-based document creation and collaboration with Acrobat.com
      EPUB export now built-in to the latest Buzzword release
    • DEMOInDesign / Buzzword to EPUBDigital Editions
    • eBooks on the Desktop
      Adobe Digital Editions v1.7
      • Free desktop client (Macs and PCs) for reading and organizing eBooks
      • Supports PDF and EPUB
      • Language Support: English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese (s&t), Japanese, Korean
      • Tethered (USB) mobile device management
      • Bookmarking, highlighting, notes etc.
      • Audio/Video and Multimedia
    • EPUB-related Open Source Initiatives
      Acrobat Plug-in for PDF->EPUB Gen
      DocBook Project
      XSLT stylesheets for converting from DocBook XML, now supports EPUB output
      EPUBcheck
      Java-based validator of EPUB conformance
      Command line tool, web application, and embeddable library
      EPUBGen
      Adobe will open source, with BSD license, a Java library to generate EPUB
      Supports advanced EPUB features including font subsetting with obfuscation
      Open Publication Distribution System (OPDS)
      Atom-based syndication enabling integrated acquisition in reading systems
    • Protecting eBooks for Secure Distribution
      Adobe Content Server 4
      • Protects PDF and EPUB
      • Java server integrates into existing CMS databases
      • Used by publishers, distributors and retailers worldwide
      • Control print, copy and expiration
      • No title or CPU limitations
      • Pay-as-you-go pricing
    • Emerging EPUB Myths
      • Myth #1: “EPUB can’t handle complex layouts, images, tables etc.”
      • Reality: Support for SVG, CSS, Embedded Fonts, Embedded Video and Audio, Page Templates (multi-column) etc.
      • Myth #2: “EPUB somehow doesn’t meet the requirements to be a consumer format”
      • Reality: There is no real technical reason why device manufacturers and software developers don’t use EPUB as a native consumer format. The issue is business and distribution control.
      • Myth #3: “I need to produce different flavors of EPUB to work correctly on each software application or device”
      • Reality: EPUB is compliant if it passes EPUBChecker. Device/software implementation of EPUB is the problem. IDPF should address asap with compliance test suites for software companies that support EPUB.
    • eBook Benefits
      • Standard Formats
      • Desktop and Mobile Devices
      • Consumer Choice: Buy from Multiple Points of Purchase
      • Publishers Protect Copyrights
      • Consumer Choice: Buy and Read on Device of Choice
      • No Retail/Device Lock-in
    • DEMOVideo in a PDF?Transcribed videoInDesign to Flash
    • DEMOCheck MagazineNY Times Desktop Sam’s Interactive Reader
    • Inspiration to Experiencing - Adobe is here to help..
      CREATION
      DISTRIBUTION
      Authoring
      Edit
      Review
      Publish
      Deliver
      Read
    • What were our needs & challenges??
      Monetize your ideas & effort
      Meet customer expectations
      Speed up our workflows
      21
    • Meeting our needs and removing challenges
      Many ways to Monetize your ideas & effort
      Exceedcustomer expectations
      Speed up our workflows using familiar tools
      22
    • Mark Szulc
      mszulc@adobe.com
      www.markszulc.com
      twitter.com/mszulc