Epub3 potential (dbw2013)

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Utilizing the full potential of ePub 3.0 feature set.

EPUB has been widely adopted as the format for digital books (eBooks), and these new specifications significantly increase the format's capabilities in order to better support a wider range of publication requirements, including complex layouts, rich media and interactivity, and global typography features. The expectation is that EPUB 3 will be utilized for a broad range of content, including books, magazines and educational, professional and scientific publications.

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  1. 1. Utilizing the Full Potential of EPUB Feature Set Perspectives by Digital Publishing Solutions Group
  2. 2. Sendil Mourougane is Senior Manager of sales, account management and new business development of digital publishing solutions group at Datamatics. Sendil joined the company in 2010. Prior to joining Datamatics, Sendil spent 10 years in the field of publishing services working with several major Hi-Ed, School, STM and Trade publishers across the United States. He is based out of India and travels often to the United States for business. He has a B.Sc in Science and a MBA in international sales and marketing. Presenter Sendil Mourougane Senior Manager – Sales & BD Digital Publishing Solutions Group Datamatics Global Services Ltd
  3. 3. Feature set in ePub 3.0 Why you should go for ePub 3.0? How to utilize the full potential of ePub 3.0? How to convert your assets to ePub 3.0? Synopsis
  4. 4. Book in digital form Use on Computers Smart phones Tablets… Will only read text files Static content… What did we originally want from Digital Content?
  5. 5. Color Graphics Audio, Video Interactivity MathML Semantics, Social… And then we wanted more…
  6. 6. Formats... ePDF EPUB Mobipocket HTML Palm… Then there were many devices, platforms, distribution channels.… And more…
  7. 7. Market thoughts 2013 will be the year of enhanced eBook, with robust interactivity in areas like test prep and other non-fiction categories More devices and platforms will start supporting enhanced eBooks and interactivity More people will have the devices that make reading enhanced eBooks pleasurable. More children & students will have access to such devices… My content is not suitable for Tablet / Readers… Not enough devices or platforms to support my content.. Limited feature-set / functionality within standards.. I don’t have the needed skill set in-house…. Monetization…
  8. 8. EPUB 3.0 Features Supports HTML 5 and CSS 3
  9. 9. Multicolumn using CSS3 Multicolumn display is now a reality in EPUB3 by using CSS3
  10. 10. Animation using HTML5 and CSS3 Simple animations can be done for with the support from HTML 5 and CSS 3
  11. 11. JavaScript Java scripting in EPUB 3 provides opportunities for user interactivity
  12. 12. MathML Supports for rendering MathML markup
  13. 13. Language Support Enhanced global language support Enables vertical writing, or defining writing directions
  14. 14. Semantic Tagging using HTML5 Supports semantic tagging, a feature introduced in HTML5
  15. 15. Semantic Inflection Enhance the reading experience for Users and provide advantage of having improved accessibility epub:type=“this is a footnote” epub:switch=“to MathML” epub:trigger=“start Playing”
  16. 16. Audio / Video Audio / Video can be synchronized with text using Media Overlay specification
  17. 17. Fixed Layout Fixed Layout EPUB renders design heavy books look exactly like printed books
  18. 18. Comparison EPUB 3.0 1. XHTML5 2. SVG appear in spine 3. Support for MathML 4. EPUB Navigation 5. Supports CSS 3 6. Scripting feature - interactivity 7. Audio - text synchronization 8. Multicolumn 9. Fixed Layout EPUB 2.0.1 1. XHTML 1.1 and DTBook 2. SVG nested inside XHTML file 3. Replaced with images 4. NCX Navigation 5. CSS 2.1 6. No scripting support – no interactivity 7. No audio-text synchronization 8. No multicolumn support 9. No Fixed Layout
  19. 19. Thinking and Planning the EPUB3 way JavaScript Interactivity on textbook exercises Interactive practical sessions Interactive children books Interactivity on STM content
  20. 20. Video and Audio
  21. 21. Thinking and Planning the EPUB3 way Video and Audio Cookbooks for 'how to' learning guides Subject lectures
  22. 22. Thinking and Planning the EPUB3 way Synchronized Text and Audio For rhymes Children books Learning languages
  23. 23. SVG & MathML
  24. 24. Foreign language support
  25. 25. Devices and User Agents on EPUB 3 Popular reading systems have gradually started supporting EPUB3 but still more to come with full feature set
  26. 26. Apple iBooks 3 Apple launched iBooks 3: focusing on textbooks with enriched media in the formats
  27. 27. Kindle KF8 and EPUB 3 Kindle Fire supports KF8 format. The common factor between KF8 and EPUB3 is that both supports HTML5 and CSS3
  28. 28. Thinking and Planning the EPUB3 way HTML 5 - CSS 3 - EPUB Navigation EPUB for Educational textbooks with semantic approach Efficiency in handling layout and accessibility Opportunities for broader range of interactive products Books, magazines, professional and educational textbooks
  29. 29. Conclusion EPUB3 standard is available Content that we were not sure to be good for digital is now the much needed content to be digitized! Typesetting / composition workflows need to take into account the new requirements Back files can be new revenue generators Add updated content Enhance the content with video and audio components Work with the service provider to unleash the full potential of EPUB3
  30. 30. About Datamatics Datamatics is a global Information Technology (IT) and Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) organization Founded in 1975 by Dr. L. S. Kanodia, Ph.D. (MIT) often referred as the Father and Architect of the Indian IT Industry HQ in India with offices in the USA, UK, Germany, Asia and Australia Rich experience of 3 decades in End-to-end IT and BPO services First BPO company to be publicly traded on the Bombay Stock Exchange First BPO Company to provide 99.995% data accuracy in data capture
  31. 31. About Datamatics Specialist in Data and Content management Next-generation end-to-end IT and KPO solutions Cutting edge technology Decades of global experience across 60 countries Over 4500 employees Preferred partner to several Fortune 500 clients More than 300 active global clients Group annual consolidated revenue of US$100 M
  32. 32. Vision & Mission
  33. 33. Services and solutions focusing on the Online Platforms, including Retail segment Focuses on all digital services and solutions that are offered post publication Focuses on all services and solutions before a publication gets published Digital Publishing Solutions e-Publishing Pre-Publishing e-Retail Solutions
  34. 34. Datamatics Business
  35. 35. Unstructured & Structured Data Management • Portal Solutions • Content Management • Document Management • Output Management • Big Data & Data Warehousing • Business Intelligence & Analytics • Finance & Accounting Solutions • Claims Processing • Research Data Analysis Entreprise Information Management Solutions • Workflow & BPM Solutions • Social Media Solutions • Enterprise Cloud Solutions • Enterprise Application Services Entreprise Information Systems Next Generation Enterprise Solutions Entreprise Mobility Solutions Entreprise Information Services • Data Life Cycle Management • Content Life Cycle Management • Hand Held & Mobile Solutions • Enterprise Mobility Platforms Smart Device Solutions • Fare Collection • Billing Solutions • Infotainment Solutions • Self Service Terminal Solutions
  36. 36. Global Presence Datamatics’ Footprint Across 9 Countries Through 22 Offices Detroit USA New York USA Boston USA London UK Vorstadt Switzerland Frankfurt Germany Melbourne Australia Mumbai India Bangalore India Chennai India Nashik India Singapore Stockholm Sweden Santa Clara USA Bosnia Pondicherry India Denver USA Ahmedabad India
  37. 37. EPUB2 EPUB3 Meet us at Booth #18 Q & A
  38. 38. Prashant Prabhu Senior Vice President – Business Development Datamatics Global Services Inc Livonia, MI – 48150, USA Mobile: +1-313-909-5172 email: prashant_prabhu@datamaticstech.com LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/prashant- prabhu/2/489/775 Web: http://www.datamatics.com Thank You Sendil Mourougane Senior Manager – Business Development Datamatics Global Services Limited Chennai – 600 0034, INDIA Phone: +91 (44) 6608 3056 Mobile: +91 96001 33229 email: sendil.mourougane@datamatics.com LinkedIn: http://in.linkedin.com/in/sendilmourougane Web: http://www.datamatics.com

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