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Audio examples in phonetics project

I am writing a project about phonetics and would ask if there is a way to include sound files directly in the PDF to be played directly in this file, preferably without any additional files having to ...
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How to embed audio in a PDF created with ConTeXt?

How can I place an MP3 file in the page of a PDF, so that it can play the audio on a Windows machine with Adobe Acrobat Reader?
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Let TexStudio play .wav after compiling finished

I'd love to have my Texstudio play a sound (.wav) after it finished compiling. Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks!
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How to insert a file audio with play and stop in pdf LaTex?

I wrote this code: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{media9,graphicx} \usepackage{microtype} \begin{document} \frontmatter \tableofcontents \mainmatter \chapter{Allegati} ...
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Use filecontents environment to write a binary file

In this answer of mine, I was trying to show how to embed an audio file into the pdf with the multimedia package. The resulting MWE does not stand on its own because it requires an example audio file. ...
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What is the most portable and widely-supported way to embed and play audio files in PDF made with XeTeX? [closed]

I wish to embed audio files in PDFs produced by XeTeX so that the user can click on a graphic (different for each recording) and hear the audio file. And I want the resulting PDFs to work in as many ...
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Noisy, analogue waveform in TikZ

Is there an easy way of drawing a noisy waveform in TikZ? I know you can draw a simple sinusoid by repeatedly using cos and sin for every half-period, but doing that for a noisy waveform seems like a ...
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Convert LaTeX to DAISY book

Is there an easy way to convert a LaTeX book into a DAISY book? BTW: A Daisy book is a talking book for visually challenged users. It has both text and audio. You can directly export a document as a ...
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Playing sounds with Beamer+XeTeX+Linux without Acrobat

AFAIK the natural choice for playing sounds in beamer is the multimedia package But the beamer documentation says it only works with pdflatex: ∙ The sound objects do not work together with dvips ...
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Sound in pdf generated by beamer [duplicate]

I am trying to include sound in beamer slides in such a way that the resulting pdf file works "independently" of any sound file (self-sufficient way). I found that with media9 it was possible to do so....
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How to remove box and text from media9 'draft' mode?

I am making a document that includes many audio files. I also need to create an identical version that does not include any audio files. Since I am including hundreds of audio files, it is not ideal ...
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How to add audio file to longtable?

I am trying to make a long table that includes embedded audio files. Whenever I try adding files with media9, LaTeX won't create a pdf. Any suggestions on how to make a long table with embedded audio ...
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Playing portions of MP3 in PDF

I'm working on a book which should allow the playing of MP3s at selected points. I've found a good solution for the general case (i.e. the entire file): Audio examples in phonetics project, however, I ...
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Embed HTML in LaTeX document

Is it possible to run HTML code in a Latex document? Probably not since I never seen it. Soundcloud have an miniplayer that you can embed in your homepage to give the reader the possibility to play ...
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Loading file after converting to ASCII characters

I am writing a document on phonetics using the media9 package to include pronunciations of some of the words in the document. The words that are to be pronounced are in Danish, and thus their ...
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How to include audio file in PDF

How do I include audio file, or should I say, link to audio file in PDF? Audio should be playable "from PDF directly", without opening any additional window. Is it possible to attach audios to PDF ...
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How to play background music across multiple slides when making a beamer presentation?

I made a LaTeX beamer presentation and I would like to add background music to some of the slides. I did manage to play something using the media9 package, but only on a single slide, i.e. the sound ...
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Getting MacOS Preview to play audio by \href{run: in beamer [closed]

Originally I had a file audio.mp4 that I wanted to play by \href{run:audio.mp4}{START} from a beamer presentation pdf that is run in Preview. Following hints here, I created a .app by appify, and it ...
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LaTeX generated alternative to PDF with multimedia support?

Is there some alternative to PDF or PostScript, which is good for publishing documents written in LaTeX and support video and/or audio?