By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, March 20, 2014
When you’re embedding a video in an interactive document, like an SWF or a PDF, you often want to call attention to certain events in the video. With navigation points, you can jump readers to certain time codes with the click of a button. In this episode of InDesign Secrets, Anne-Marie Concepción shows how to add navigation points with InDesign’s Media panel and link them to ready-made buttons (complete with rollover states) from the Button library. You can then assign video-specific actions and export your document to an interactive format—and you’re ready to go.
Make sure to check out today’s free video, featuring Anne-Marie’s adorable rescue dogs, Bella and Barkley, and come back next week for more InDesign Secrets.
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Tags: InDesign, Adobe InDesign, Interactive Design, InDesign Secrets, Navigation, Embedded Video, Interactive Document
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