Cover Art Technical Requirements

Cover Art Technical Requirements

To ensure that your cover art is accepted, be sure to follow the requirements listed in the technical requirements.

In general, the cover art file will need to be in PNG, TIF, or JPG format. Additionally, the cover art must be 2400 x 2400 pixels in size at minimum. 

The cover must be square, without use of borders or letterboxing. 

The cover must contain the title and author credits, and this information must be clearly displayed (i.e., not too small). 

3D images are not allowed, which means no images of or references to physical books or CDs. 

Additionally, the cover art must not contain any pornographic, offensive, or copyrighted material.

Failure to meet these requirements will result in a cover art rejection from our review queue and may delay your audiobook’s availability in stores.

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