I have created an ebook for teaching Tamil, there are some Tamil scripts here and there, can you please help me in guiding how to add it in ebook. I know amazon has ACX for audio book but that will make it more expensive and complicated as it would be best when learner see the script and click on a button to listen to the audio as well,
My understanding is that multimedia embedding is not available to KDP publishers and that it is outright not supported in KF8 however there are some work arounds such as linking to online hosted multimedia files from within the text with an active link. I believe the Kindle Textbook Creator also allows for interactive editions with audio however I have not used it. It does have some limitations you will need to look into.
Like i mentioned in my other comment, i found the below details in that ebook page.
Due to its large file size, this book may take longer to download
Kindle Interactive Edition: This Print Replica book features interactive content which is only supported on Fire Tablets (3rd Generation and above) and Kindle apps for Android phones and tablets. Customers who download this book to other devices will receive a standard Print Replica book.
Can you please give me more insight if you know any details on this
The link above walks you through creating an interactive edition via the Kindle Textbook Creator as I mentioned above. It is a decent solution though the software does have some restrictions in layout and advanced coding and eliminates over 70% of available devices.. I wouldn't bother with the course as there are plenty of free tutorial on the product available online.
Do a web search for Kindle Interactive Books. I don't think you'll find much that's encouraging, however. It's apparently done through Textbook Creator, which rules out all the e-ink Kindles, I believe.
(Don't trust KDP to publish a print edition. Don't trust CreateSpace to publish an ebook.)
I don't know what you're laughing about; R. Butler told you, some posts back, that you can ONLY do that using Kindle Textbook Creator. That link tells you nothing more. If you'd bothered to follow up on what R. Butler told you, and read the Manual for KTC, you'd already be making your eBook.
And, as someone else told you, that will limit your distribution opportunites, because about 40% of all Kindles cannot display KTC-made eBooks. For self-publishers, KTC is the only option for adding audio or video.
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