I know that it is possible to include video to a LaTeX document using the
The downside is of course that not all viewers support this feature.
I am going to do the opposite:
I created a presentation using the
beamer class and I want to be able to present this using a SmartTV. Since the TV doesn't handle PDF, I need to convert the PDF to a video file.
There are different tools available for this task but I was wondering if
- it is possible to produce a video file from LaTeX directly (nothing fancy, just change the slide after a fixed amount of time)
- such an approach could handle video embedded to the presentation (skipping to the next slide after the video has finished)
- there is another solution to achieve this besides splitting the presentation where videos should be embedded, compile the parts to PDF, convert the PDF files to video files and paste those videos with the ones that should have been embedded
I am open to all suggestions but ideally I want to be able to automate this process using some kind of
Makefile or the like. So command line solutions are preferred over GUI and/or web solutions.