2022-09-06 10:19:44 • Filed to:
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InDesign video allows you to convey more information than in other file types, as well as create a more visually appealing design. You can now conveniently embed video in InDesign to improve the content of your document. By following the guide in this article, you will be able to easily add video to your InDesign file, whether it's MPEG-4 or H.264 encoding.
Once you've embedded a video in InDesign, you can easily share your work with a client, although this can be a challenge if your client does not have InDesign software installed because they won't be able to access the files. However, this situation can be solved easily if the client has Wondershare PDFelement - PDF Editor, which is a PDF editing tool that will allow your client to annotate files, convert them to other formats and make markups easily.
PDFelement is an advanced PDF editing program that enables you to work with PDF files more easily and efficiently. This tool produces quality PDF documents that can be used professionally or for personal purposes.
Embedding your video into a specific PDF document is a simple process. The step-by-step guide below will help you get started.
Import the InDesign file into PDFelement, either through the drag and drop feature, or by clicking on "Open file" and locating the InDesign file.
Click on the "Comment" button and then select "Add Attachment." Click on the space in your document where you want to insert your comment.
Choose the video file you want to add to your PDF document and click "Open" to insert it. You can change the properties of the attachment by selecting the icon color, style, and opacity on the right side toolbar. If you want to open the video, you can right-click on the comment to quickly open the attachment.
Adding movies and sound file documents to InDesign is a simple step-by-step process that allows you to import video formats like FLV,. F4V, H.264 (MP4) and also SWF.
You can now change the video settings to match your specifications as you embed video in the InDesign PDF file.
To add a video to InDesign from a URL, the video should be a valid flash file type to allow for easy embedding. This process allows you to use video files from different web pages that you find suitable for your document.
The various settings available allow you to play a specific video in your InDesign PDF file when someone views that page. You can also customize your video to play repeatedly using a timing panel on the "loop" option.