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
- 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".
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive
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
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||200 Timo Hartman|
|Contained in||TeXlive as flashmovie|
|MikTeX as flashmovie|