How To Place A Video And Using The Media Panel In Indesign Cs6


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Placing a video and using the Media panel

One of the most dynamic and interesting elements you can add to your interactive documents is video. You can place videos into your InDesign documents, use the Media panel to set up the appearance and playback, and preview how they will work in the SWF Preview panel. Let's see how it works. Here I have a page that I would like to add video to. The video has already been produced and it's about all the great things about the Roux Academy. To place it into my layout, I can just use File > Place, like I was placing text or a picture, or I will just press Command+D or Ctrl+D. And in the Links folder I will navigate down to roux.mov, and Open.

And right away, I get a warning dialog box telling me, "Media files not supported by Flash." This video will be okay if I export it to interactive PDF, but it's not to going to make it into an exported SWF. And furthermore, it's recommended that I convert the video, using the Adobe Media Converter, to Flash video format. I am go...

Placing a video and using the Media panel
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Placing a video and using the Media panel provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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