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I would like to export the 8 slides of a Beamer presentation in 2 pages (4 slides per pages) in such a way that, when those pages are printed recto-verso, folded and cut, I get a "Scientific Comic book" of the presentation, to hand out to the audience. (I am starting with 8 to simplify, I would later like to scale to 3*8 = 24.)
Beamer handout is almost doing the trick, but one would need to put the slides in a distinct order to that after folding one does see the slide in the correct order (e.g. (n,1,n-1,2,n-2,3,...,n/2,n/2+1)). Hence my question: can one specify in which order the slides appear in the beamer handout (and how)?
I was almost sure that someone, somewhere, must have developed an entire package to make comics in LaTeX (there are package for music and many other things), but could not find any mention of any such package (using beamer or not). Maybe I am using the wrong words to describe what I am looking for (latex comic book brings many other types of results...)