the most correct way would be to use Edge, but if you want to reuse the animations you've done in InDesign, read this article.
I used it and it works great.
The only downside is that you can not display in the Content Viewer, you must view it on the ipad.
Hope this helps.
Yes, i understand that indesign animation are not supported in Dps. Sorry a want a confirm: Animation are supported only in pdf interactive exported from indesign? (adobe reader and professional have a copy of flash player included?) For the future what is the best solution for a designer? Wait that Dps process swf or learn Adobe Edge or Hype? Many thanks. f
Bob, as you know, the way is import swf and export an interactive pdf!
Anyway i don't understand why flash animation are available in indesign.
Interactive pdf are not much used.
Animation features are supported only when exporting to the Adobe Flash Player (.SWF). They are not supported when exporting to Interactive PDF. To add animation effects to a PDF file, export a selection as a SWF file from InDesign and place that SWF file in the InDesign document.
Folobo, see this article for a list of supported interactivity features in DPS:
They have no relevancy to the discussion at all except to confirm what I already told you. Animations are SWF only.
Yes Bob. Animations are SWF but i can import it in Pdf. So i can use it in Pdf.
Yes, this have no relevancy in this discussion. But it is important for all (also if this is dps forum).
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