I'm doing a test run DPS folio and creating the most basic sets of Indesign Articles to import into the Folio Builder. No use of Folio Overlays, no hyperlinks, nothing fancy. A Cover in both orientations, a simple text-only article of 2 pages in both orientations, and a pictures-only (RGB JPGs) article of 2 pages in both orientations.
Packaged as per standard procedure, with the 3 packaged files in their own folders, in an enclosing "Articles" folder.
Every attempt at Folio Builder>import into my new folio gives me the "Content generation error" The folder [name] is "invalid for import" – across all of those article types. I've tried renaming to the simplest naming format, no joy. Images are RGB JPGs, but even a type only article won't work for me – tested Adobe Minion Pro and another font.
Regardless of whether I am creating a Local or Cloud destination, I'm on CS6 and up to date with the latest software.
I have followed Scott Citron's videos on the adobe.tv site – http://tv.adobe.com/watch/adobe-and-your-voice/publishing-an-ipad-port folio-application/ – where he clearly states naming INDD files with _h and _v suffix and separating each orientation into its own INDD article document is no longer required.
HOWEVER, page 37 of the digitalpubsuite_help.pdf guide still lists this as necessary – and it seems this is an update as recent as 12 June 2012…
Can anyone help – why do I keep getting the error import then? Am I missing something blatantly obvious?
Thanks in advance.
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