This begins the customization phase of your audiobook.
DAISY books expose track names to the end-user, so we need to make sure that each one of these tracks has a sensible name.
On this page, there are four main sections to help you rename and reorder tracks as needed. Please do these all in the following order:
Track Discoveryfeature to rename tracks and set the appropriate heading levels for each track for multiple levels for navigation. You will also find the
Capitalization Exceptionssection here.
In this section, there is a dropdown menu in the
Track section. Underneath this is a button labeled
Edit and a button labeled
Edit button will take you to the
Edit Track page where you can do the following:
In this section, you can trim the lead characters of the tracks, and use the Track Discovery to navigate through each title to rename the tracks and assign them the appropriate heading level.
Once you are done forming the DAISY book you can move on to the final check. First, select
Continue which will take you to the metadata page.
Title: delete what is in this field and enter the correct title as it appears on the record page for the book. Note, this text box will always populate with a file name that begins with your name. Always remove your name and the underscore between the words in the title. Make sure it is just the title of the book.
Author: Firstname Lastname (can be found on records page for title)
Publisher: BC Libraries Cooperative
Copyright Date: Date of original work
Producer: Original Producer (If Audible enter Audible)
Narrator: Firstname Lastname (can be found on records page for title or Audible page if Audible project)
Language: keep as
enunless otherwise needed
This will take you back to the main project page. There will be a note stating
It has not yet been exported.
If you are happy with the file and it is ready to export select Export the Project
automatically correct capitalization and spacingfollowed by a checkbox. To turn off the automatic capitalization simply unselect this checkbox. This only turns it off for this page and the current title you have open. You will have to turn it off again every time you return to this page. Here is a quick video tutorial: https://somup.com/c3VtbuZA4m