a package for creating animations based on PDF and JavaScript. If your question does not specifically concern this package, use the more general {animations} tag instead.

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Putting side by side animations in beamer

I am using the animate package with beamer in order to create animations within a presentation of mine. So far I have no trouble doing it with one series of animations, but I wanted to know is there ...
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Obtain a PDF animated from SVG animated

I have read Animations in LaTeX, but my question (I think) is different. I have an SVG animated file and I want to create the same animation in LaTeX, without rewriting the code. An example is this ...
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Transparent background in Asymptote animation

In my TeX distribution there are two Asymptote examples named inlinemovie.tex and inlinemovie3.tex. (They are also available here.) Quick question The two animations in inlinemovie.tex have ...
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Exporting a timed presentation (automatic slideshow) to image sequence (video) with fixed frame rate?

I may be beating a dead horse here; but I hope I'll be forgiven, as I have at least a Latex MWE, and some notes about packages :). The thing is this: for a long time I've been looking for some sort of ...
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Is it possible to make slideshow with u3d files in a beamer template?

I'm just interested if there is a technical way to merge between animate package and movie15 package in order to get an interactive 3D slideshow (like that shown below in the link) with full features ...
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Issue with combination of \includemedia and animateinline environment

We recently observed an issue with a beamer document including multiple animations. On one slide an mp4 movie was embedded using \includemedia and on another slide an image series was animated using ...
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How to make a right side progress bar in LaTeX?

I liked the bar of the first answer in this question: Progress bar for latex-beamer so my question is if there is a way to put this progress bar in the right/left side of the slides. Thanks.
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How do I avoid going past the end of my animation in a beamer presentation

I would like to animate some overlays using animatevalue, but I don't know of a way to stop the animation at the last overlay. Is there a way to make this independent of OS and pdf reader? If not, ...
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! Dimension too large in pgf

I have no familiarity with TEX, PGF, etc -- but somebody was kind enough to offer me code to produce something I'd like to use. Unfortunately, I get a Dimension too large error when I run the ...
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Beamer \animategraphics Missing $ inserted \end{frame}

I am using the animate package to make some nice animations from several pdfs created in R. I have 3 animations in my beamer presentation, but now I'm trying to insert the forth and I get the error: ...
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animate conflicting tcolorbox

\PassOptionsToPackage{dvipsnames}{xcolor} \documentclass[dvipsnames]{article} \usepackage[skins]{tcolorbox} \usepackage{animate} \providecommand{\actiontext}{Attention} ...
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Animating multiple .eps files (>2000) using \animategraphics

I am trying to animate a set of .eps files (>2000 images) which will give me a nice animation, but when I include it in my latex document using the MWE it is not giving me anything, but some errors. ...
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animate — timeline question

I am using the animate package in a very intense way. But unfortunately the file increases if I will not use the timeline feature. Assume the following scenario. I am going to draw a graph. But this ...
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Unable to put an animation into a LaTeX Beamer document

Goal: I have PDF images titled pert_u_3_num_0, ..., pert_u_3_num_149 I would like to create an animation out of these images, and insert it into a LaTeX Beamer document (with video controls) the PDF ...
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conflict between \animateinline and \uncover \visible

i have encountered a problem while working on an animation. I used the packages tikzand animate to generate an animation by using the command \animateinline. Now i want to implement this animation in ...
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Picture preview of video with TikZ (LaTeX) in PDF

I made an animation with TikZ/PGF for a PDF paper (not Beamer). The problem is that when the reader of the document is not Adobe (for example Mendeley -it is a free program for managing and sharing ...
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I am trying to animate in two different coordinates using layers. But the animation happens in the same spot

\documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage{animate} \newcommand\layerp{% \begin{tikzpicture} \path (1,.5) (1.5,.75); \end{tikzpicture} } \newcommand\layerq{% \begin{tikzpicture} ...
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Use animateinline environment in overpic environment

I want to make an animation, using the package animate, composed of several animated pictures over a common background picture. Thus I tried combining animate with the overpic package and its ...
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Animate pgfplots of data stored in external files

Can I generate an animation plot of data stored in external file as txt file? The data are stored as X Y Z 20 20 20 40 50 60 ... And I want generate in a single file two plots animated: x vs ...
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How to develop animations with animate package without interruptive lock files

At present, my favorite method for including animations in PDF documents from LaTeX is to use the animate package. However, Sumatra and Preview (my two goto pdf viewers) cannot show the animations. ...
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Install animate.tds in ubuntu 14.04

I downloaded animate.tds.zip from the Internet and unzipped the folder. How do I install it, as it is necessary for compilation of a .tex file using animate package? Can anyone please help me in this ...