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eBook Conversions

eBook Conversions

As a leader in the digital book printing industry, Ball Media is also please to offer eBooks on all the popular formats and
largely accessed eBook formats across the world.

We generate eBooks compatible for accessing across various reading systems and platforms such as:
Apple iPad, Sony, Amazon Kindle/Mobipocket Readers, Barnes and Noble’s Nook, and various smartphones such as iPhones, Android based devices and Blackberry’s etc.

We also provide support for DRM encryption & submission to the reseller sites on behalf of the publishers. Our eBook
service has its own distinct qualities and advantages which is constantly updated to newer technologies. We provide multimedia support and integrate interactive rich media features with the eBooks. We also provide bundled services delivering various eBook outputs along with the XML/HTMLfor any future archival purpose. We can convert and create eBooks from any electronic input files like PDF, MS-Word, Frame Maker, Indesign, Quark, and Tex / LaTex, Hard copies or Scanned images. Our eBook conversion services include rapid turn-based conversion of content from paper sources as well as electronic media into different eBook formats compatible with the following:

    • Amazon Kindle Store * Kindle eReaders
    • Apple iBookstore * iPad, iPhone, iPod
    • Barnes & Noble Nook Store * Nook eReaders
    • Kobo eBook Store * Kobo Touch, Kobo Vox

We can print your titles from 1-10,000 as well as convert to eBook, edit, scan and even design all under one umbrella!

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