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Direc­tory tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/flashmovie

This package allows direct embedding of flash movies into PDF files. It is
designed for use with pdflatex.

Basically it uses the fact that the Adobe Reader 9 contains
an embedded Adobe Flash player which can be invoked with the
"rich media annotation" feature which is described  in
"Adobe Supplement to the ISO 32000 BaseVersion: 1.7
ExtensionLevel: 3".

  - You can directly embed videos into the pdf (external window is optimal 
    and not necessary).
  - You can play back videos without worrying about platform dependencies.

  - You can only play back embedded videos with Adobe Reader 9 and upwards.

For further infos see the file "flashmovie.sty".


Name Notes


Name Size Date Notes
README 685 2010-04-19 03:57
flashmovie.sty 31856 2010-11-02 07:23
player_flv_maxi.swf 12975 2010-04-15 02:46
test-beamer-0.pdf 894971 2010-11-17 03:07
test-beamer-0.tex 3865 2010-09-13 03:00
test-beamer-1.tex 5069 2010-09-15 04:03
test-flv.pdf 458745 2010-11-17 03:07
test-flv.tex 2495 2010-09-13 02:37
test.tex 1288 2010-09-09 07:46

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flash­movie – Directly em­bed flash movies into PDF files

The pack­age al­lows di­rect em­bed­ding of flash movies into PDF files. It is de­signed for use with pdfla­tex.

The pack­age takes ad­van­tage of the em­bed­ded Adobe Flash player in Adobe Reader 9; the reader is in­voked with the ‘rich me­dia an­no­ta­tion’ fea­ture, de­scribed in “Adobe Sup­ple­ment to the ISO 32000 BaseVer­sion: 1.7 Ex­ten­sionLevel: 3”.

This method of em­bed­ding movies is at­trac­tive since it re­moves all plat­form de­pen­den­cies; how­ever, the user is re­quired to use Acro­bat 9.

Pack­age De­tailsflash­movie
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right200 Timo Hart­man
Main­tainerTimo Hart­mann
Con­tained inTeXlive as flash­movie
MikTeX as flash­movie
Topics mo­tion graph­ics
See also movie15
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