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How can I include SWF Animations in a document?

Minimal tex \documentclass{article} \usepackage{media9} \begin{document} \includemedia[ activate=pageopen, width=200pt, height=150pt ]{}{Heartaxis.swf} \end{document} Everything runs fine in ...
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Strange lack of scaling/resizing of an embedded swf-animation

I am a noob in adding animations. I'm making progress, but new problems apparently show up all the time. Hardly a surprise actually. Anyway. System: WinEdt 7.0, MikTeX 2.9, Windows 7 ...
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How to include an animation produced by Mathematica to a powerdot slide set?

Studying the documentation of media9 package left me with the impression that it should be possible to embed an SWF-video into a slide set to be shown by Adobe Reader. Unfortunately that document ...
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Motion Chart in Beamer

I am looking for a way to integrate a Google motion chart in a beamer presentation. I read that I can integrate a swf movie, but Google charts work online. Ok, I can insert a link to the webpage, but ...
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In Beamer, how to prevent \includemovie from restarting swf animations?

On this frame, there are 3 swf animations starting once the slide opens. I would like to prevent them from automatically looping. I tried a few options without any success, such as endat=frame:10 or ...
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Animations with movie15 and swf files

I am trying to use movie15 to embed vector animations in my presentation. The trouble is that embedded SWF files refuse to display on Acrobat Reader X sometimes with a "This Media requires an ...
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XeTeX + movie15_dvipdfmx : can it import SWF ?

I am using the movie15_dvipdfmx package to embed movies to my textbook when it is compiled with XeLaTeX or the movie15 package when it is compiled with PDFLaTeX. Here is my code for the PDFLaTeX ...
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How to determine the true size of a swf movie?

I am using the movie15 package to import an swg movie into my beamer presentation. The movie is exported from the Wolfram Mathematica by the Export["filename.swg", <Animation>] command ...