Adding video, sound, and SWF files


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Adding video, sound, and SWF files

One of the best ways to liven up a PDF is to add some rich media to it. That's kind of a jargon term that actually means things like video or sound or animation. It's actually quite simple do in Acrobat. Now, in fact, you could even include that stuff in the authoring file. Like in Word, you could place a video, or in InDesign, or in Illustrator. Then when you export to PDF, there are options that will include that media, so that it's already in the PDF. But we will start with the scenario that you have a PDF that has no rich media that you'd like to add to it.

So we have here a very simple two page extract of a brochure that you would like to add some interest to. Let's start with video. I have some room down here to add a video. You add rich media from the tools panel. Go to Content, down here under Add or Edit Interactive Object; we want to add some Multimedia called a Video. So you choose Video and if you're thinking I'm going to get a pop-up that says where is ...

Adding video, sound, and SWF files
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Adding video, sound, and SWF files provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Acrobat X Essential Training

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Business
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