I get asked a lot about adding video, audio, and other bells and whistles to ebooks. I’ll answer those questions — but they’re not always the answers the questioners want to hear.
One of the most exciting things about ebooks is that they’re not confined to the capabilities of print. Color is free; type sizes and styles can been changed by the readers to suit their needs and preferences. But that’s the least of it. Back when the ebook boom was first taking off, with the introduction of the Kindle and the iPad, there was a lot of excitement about creating enhanced ebooks — ebooks containing media and scripting.