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Tip: Adding Adobe Captivate movie clips to a PDF file

The new article on including animated and interactive .SWF files into PDF documents is now published on the Developer Center: Adding Adobe Captivate movie clips to a PDF file.

Thanks Jeff for writing this article!

Comments

Hi Silke,

The link isn't working for me... Did you mean to link to this article?

Thanks,
-B.J.


SF: Thank you so much for catching this! Should be fixed now :)

This link is broken as I find it

Nice tutorial.

When you embed a 20 MB video into PDF, does the PDF increase in size by 20 MB?

SF: I haven't tested this but I would assume it would

Also, what happens when you print a page with an embedded video?

PS: That's explained in the article :) check out the section on the poster image