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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Embed Movie in PDF output from DocBook

That is what I thought, until I saw that Acrobat Reader claims :


  To download Adobe Reader from the Adobe website, you must choose a 
connection speed. Typically, your internet connection will determine 
the connection speed you choose. If you choose dial-up, you can 
download the basic version of Adobe Reader that lets you read PDF 
files. If you choose broadband, you can download the full version of 
Adobe Reader that includes these additional features:

-- Search a collection of PDF documents on a CD-ROM or a local file 
system. (This function requires an index file created in Acrobat.)

-- Process PDF documents with screen reader software for visually 
impaired users.

-- View Adobe Photoshop Album slide shows, electronic cards, movies, 
and 3D files. 

Cheers,        Tristan
Tristan J. Fiedler
Postdoctoral Fellow - Stein Lab
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
On Feb 7, 2005, at 2:21 PM, Dave Pawson wrote:

> On Mon, 2005-02-07 at 14:08 -0500, Tristan Fiedler wrote:
>  > [Previous message was truncated]
>  >
> > Hi All,
>  >
> > Could someone please comment how to include a movie in a PDF document
>  PDF is for paper... Movies are for .... the cinema?
>  I don't see the connection Tristan?
> -- 
> Regards,
>  Dave Pawson
>  XSLT + Docbook FAQ
>  http://www.dpawson.co.uk

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