We've been back and forth with CreateSpace, and they are happy to produce proof copies, but they don't seem to have any quality control process to make sure the text and cover meet acceptable publishing standards. What does it take to have CreateSpace ensure that the printed text is printed squarely on the page?
As a new entrant to self publishing I recently used Cover Creator for a book of short stories. On receiving a printed copy of the proof I found that the back cover copy was difficult to read due to the small font used. Is it possible to change the font size? Any suggestions would be most welcome,
I am still very new to this. Would like to create double page original illustrations / text for a children's book, then PDF and split into two pages, and finally upload to CR as two 6x9 pages.
I have Adobe Acrobat Pro DC and am not sure how to go about this. Planning to us ipad pro apps such as paper or procreate. Can someone kindly help explain the step by step pdf process? Again, would like to start the drawings as double pages, then split the file in the middle in the pdf process. Thanks so much in advance,
I am new to CreateSpace, and just set up a book for the first time. The page proof copy arrived yesterday and I noticed that the 'registration' is a little off: the text on the even numbered pages is printed a little bit lower on the page than the text on the odd numbered pages. If you hold a page up to the light, the front and back should be aligned perfectly (they are in my original PDF file), but on the proof copy they are out of alignment.
Is this just an artifact of a quicky proof printing? Will the problem disappear when copies of the real book are printed? Anyone have this problem before?
Thanks for any help -- I'm a little anxious about going ahead not knowing if the final product is going to be a little off!
I am working on a memorial cookbook that will probably be include around 50 recipes, a few blogs from onlines and photos (already exist). I have been trying to use Word 2008 for Mac in the Publishing View to create a template that I like and can then easily change for each recipe. However, I have not been able to figure out how to do this. Now I am wondering if I need different software for my project or if, for a beginer like me, I would be better off using a service like Blurb? I do want to keep the cookbook affordable and would like to use proceeds to create a scholarship fund for my friend's young son. Any input would be greatly appriciated. Thanks!!!!
It has been a one month though yet no one is paying money for the book yet everyone is keen to get my book for free and it is selling well for free though I am upset that readers are not willing to spend money for the books I have a feeling that It Is mostly Because of author SELLING THEIR BOOKS FOR FREE WHICH IS AVAILABLE IN MAJORITY so obviously readers won't go for books which they have to pay ( most readers may be like that) this free scheme must be eliminated ( I feel kinda such way ) I wonder whether others feels this too or not?
HOPE miracle occur to my sales graph after this <3 <3 <3
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Well, WTV stands for Windows Recorded TV Show. It is a proprietary video and audio file container format, used for storing TV content recorded by Windows Media Center. So it's not as popular as the common media file formats like MP4, AVI, and MKV. It may be not supported by some players or devices while playing. In this case, you can search WTV converter via goolge. Most software usually has the similar operating steps as follows:
After downloading and installing the WTV converter, run it and import your .wtv files. Choose the format you want convert (e.g. convert wtv to mp4 or wtv to avi). And start this wtv conversion after all done above. Although there are various video converting software throughout the web, just go through the main steps to do this job.
When I created some video with the Microsoft Windows Live Movie Maker, all my media player can't play them at all, the vlc or quicktime. Then I figure out the wlmp file are not video at all, so I can only save them by windows movie maker in wmv. Later I found a wlmp converter which help me a lot.