yt4pdf – Play YouTube videos in a PDF
The package uses the rmannot package to embed a special SWF file to play the YouTube videos. There is a complete set of buttons that come with the package to control the video: play, pause, stop loading, rewind, load a video by its YouTube video ID, and a button to view a video on the YouTube web site.
This package is now obsolete, since the author told us in July 2020: “I am withdrawing my package yt4pdf from CTAN. It is based on the Flash play, which is no longer supported in PDF.” You may wish to use its successor ltx4yt instead.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1|
|Copyright||2010–2016 D. P. Story|
|Maintainer||Donald P. Story|
|Contained in||MiKTeX as yt4pdf|
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