Evangelist Colin Fleming Shares the Latest Digital Publishing Features

In his latest set of videos, Colin Fleming articulately summarizes recent developments in Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Take a tour through the exciting new features in Digital Publishing Suite, including Scrollable Frames overlay, enhanced restricted distribution, iPad3 authoring methods, auto-archiving, and linking to custom stores.

Scrollable Frames and Pan & Zoom – V19
The most recent update to Digital Publishing Suite adds a new type of overlay called “Scrollable Frame” and refines how Pan & Zoom is handled. Colin provides step-by-step instructions on building trays with the Scrollable Frame overlay – and shows a creative use now that scrollable frames can be positioned anywhere on the page.

In addition, Colin does a cursory discussion of iPad3 authoring for Digital Publishing Suite. For more thorough guidance, watch the Ask a Pro session that Colin hosted last week, or read the white paper on authoring for the new iPad.

Viewer Features: New iPad, Auto Archive, and Bookmarks
The mid-March update to Digital Publishing Suite includes new features for custom viewers for Digital Publishing Suite applications. Colin discusses iPad3 support in Viewer Builder, bookmarks, auto-archiving and sharing to Facebook.

Enterprise Features: Restricted Distribution and Custom Store Navigation
The latest enterprise features include:

  • A new and improved method for restricted distribution (publisher’s ability to control reader access to folios)
  • Linking to the custom store

To walk through the steps of navigating to the custom store, watch the Enterprise Features video below.

Scrollable Frames and Pan & Zoom – V19

Viewer Features: New iPad, Auto Archive, and Bookmarks

Enterprise Features: Restricted Distribution and Custom Store Navigation

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  • By Russ - 3:22 PM on May 9, 2012  

    Hi Colin

    I can’t find a place to ask a general question, so I’ll try this.
    My question:
    If I have a Pro Edition DPS and I get an app on the App Store or the Android Markplace, can I have an app that can only be opened by the public with a login code? It is a corporate brochure that only be seen by a select group.