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Creating DAISY text only eBooks - Indian Languages

From: <chandrakantd@cdac.in>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2017 15:14:18 +0530
Message-ID: <E783E4AC3B6E4B22ADCB58D1DAC14AE6@gist.cdacitpark.in>
To: <public-digipub-ig@w3.org>
Hi.

I am not sure it this is the right platform to ask this question. But, I am daring to ask the question.

I have formatted .docx (Using style sheets) , and open .ePUB 3 file (created using Calibre software) of Marathi language books. Now, I wish to transform these books into a format which can be used by print disabled people. 

As I understand, there are three types of DAISY ebooks, 1. Text Only, 2. Audio books with minimal or no text and 3. Full text and Audio book.

Considering the fact that I am newbie in this field, I would like to seek the help from this community to create text only DAISY compatible books. Would appreciate any pointers towards step-by-step guides or so.

Thanks and Regards,

Chandrakant Dhutadmal,
Senior Technical Officer,
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing ( C-DAC)
GIST – Group, 5th Floor, Innovation Park, Sr. No. 
34/B/1, Panchvati, Pashan, Pune - 411 008,  Maharashtra , India


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