David, simple solution is to scan (to 600dpi tiff) the pages, and zip them
and then change the *.zip to *.cbz (Comic Book Zip) and upload. You could
add a simple cover page listing the titles.
The Book-op process on the IA will produce the downloadable PDF and online
I'd also be happy to also copy the zip/cbz you create and reload as
individual metadata for each of the titles.
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On Tue, 2 Nov 2021 at 07:33, David Williams via cctalk <
cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
While clear out storage spaces I have come across
binders of photocopies
of lots of old Apple II game manuals. I've checked online for those that
have been scanned already and will toss those. Before I toss the rest which
I haven't found online, I'd like to scan them and upload to the Internet
Archive to save them. Most of these are one page with a few 2-4 pages. What
I'm wondering about is the best way to upload them after scanning. Do each
individually, which adds a lot of entries to my small upload page (which I
suppose isn't a big deal) or zip them up and upload the one file and make
sure the metadata is properly set to identify each manual in the zip. Or
some other method? Suggestions? Thanks, David Williams