I am running an HP Intel Core i7 CPU @2.8 GHz, with 8 GB memory and the 64 bit Windows 7 operating system and using Google Chrome and a Nvidia GeForce GT 220 graphics card that shows:
Total available graphics memory 4095 MB
Dedicated Video Memory: 1024MB
System Video Memory: 0MB
Shared System memory: 3071MB
I made a PDF and inserted a 1 minute flash video into the PDF which has about 3 pages of text.
1. I scroll down to the flash video with no problem...
2. I click on the flash vid and it starts to play, no problem.
3. After it is playing I start to scroll up and down to the other pages and it is fine for a while, but then sometimes the scolling freezes and cannot scroll any more. Also right after the video stops and I try to scroll the scrolling gets stuck. So it hangs for a few seconds but then once the video is stopped I can scroll up and down fine again.
The scrolling limitation appears to be related to the fact the video is playing. But My PC and graphics card are not what I woudl consider 'slow' or out dated.
It seems like quite a bad thing to happen for anyone who reads such a document and plays the video and then decides to start scrolling again to read the text below it.
Leads to a bad user experience...
Does this happen to everyone else out there?
Is there a fix for this?
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