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comment Getting Gif and/or moving images into a Latex presentation
@samcarter: What for?
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revised Getting Gif and/or moving images into a Latex presentation
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comment Getting Gif and/or moving images into a Latex presentation
convert -coalesce ... does the same like gifsicle --unoptimize .... Thus, gifsicle is not needed.
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answered Getting Gif and/or moving images into a Latex presentation
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comment Getting Gif and/or moving images into a Latex presentation
It (the PDF) doesn't loop :-(
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Apr
15
comment Automatic “Zoom in” hypertext boxes in PDF
@alfC Doesn't seem possible. Perhaps, because sectioning commands are so called fragile commands [Lamport, Sect. C.1.3]?
Apr
15
comment Did anyone succeed in playing embedded movies inside Acrobat in Linux?
The ffmpeg command line to produce a usable video file, item (3), may need to be adjusted. See tex.stackexchange.com/a/141765.
Apr
15
revised Trouble using ffmpeg to encode a h264 video in a .mp4 container to use with media9
code improvement
Apr
15
comment Specify media path to add a animation in beamer tex
(1) With media9 the video file is usually embedded into the PDF. (2) Wrong use of the \includemedia command. (2a) Video files must be in MP4+h264 format and embedded as a resource. (2b) A video player App, e.g. VPlayer.swf, must be embedded and configured to play the video file. See the media9 manual or tex.stackexchange.com/a/102600 for examples.
Apr
13
comment Sound in pdf generated by beamer
There are sound examples with embedded (self-sufficient) and remote (downloaded during viewing time) MP3 files on p. 25 of the media9 manual.
Mar
31
revised Want to overlay multiple plots on top of each other
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Mar
31
comment Want to overlay multiple plots on top of each other
You will have to put every ocg environment into a zero-width \makebox except the last one. And make sure that all line endings in between are protected with '%' to prevent spurious space from being inserted.
Mar
30
answered Want to overlay multiple plots on top of each other
Mar
26
revised Using the animate package without Adobe
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Mar
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revised Using the animate package without Adobe
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answered Using the animate package without Adobe
Mar
25
comment Movie won't run in beamer
They just don't use `VPlayer.swf' or whatever video player component was embedded into the PDF alongside the MP4 file, and use some non-Flash built-in or other video player of the OS to play the video.
Mar
25
comment Movie won't run in beamer
The problem is that there is no Flash player available on mobile OSs, thanks to the ban Apple expressed on Flash a while back.
Mar
25
comment Is there any way to include an animated GIF directly?
@MateusAraújo Exactly. Somebody should take the challenge and add some opensource JS Engine, such as JavaScriptCore from webkit (used by many popular web browsers, btw), to opensource PDF viewers.