Whew. For a moment there, I thought twenty people would chime in with how easy this is to do and make me feel dumb.
If you can't find the original file, use "Look Up Metadata" in iTunes Producer and type in your ISBN. That'll retrieve the metadata from their server, so you can replace the files you want to change.Susan Kaye Quinn said:Hugh - feel free to PM me, but you should be able to update both of those. First you have to "load" your saved file (usually named by your ISBN) and then simply replace the original cover with the updated one, etc. You're on a Mac right?
ETA: search your mac using the isbn number - those files get tucked away and can be hard to find.
yep. the whole thing seems backa**ward, but once you figure out the secret handshake it's easy. when you open iTunes producer, then open package and try to go to the file, it might not show up until you click all files. then all of your iTunes producer files should appear. the thing that confuses me is that some updates can be done on the web and others can't. also, sometimes iTunes P will give you an error message, causing massive freakout. Try the same thing two minutes later and it will process.Deanna Chase said:Hugh,
No need to make a new package. In iTunes Producer open the existing package of whatever book you're trying to change. Upload the new cover and corrected ePub there and then resend the package.
Sweet! Thanks everyone! Quicker than any customer service line.Aaron Pogue said:If you can't find the original file, use "Look Up Metadata" in iTunes Producer and type in your ISBN. That'll retrieve the metadata from their server, so you can replace the files you want to change.