I have an InDesign file with an imported MOV video.
When I Export an Interactive PDF and open it in Acrobat X (10.1.7), the video plays fine, but when I advance to the next page, there is a remnant ghost outline in the exact location of the video on the subsequent page. If I toggle back/forth between pages the outline goes away. The outline is a single-pixel rectangle of the video's position on the previous slide.
Tried this on two different Macs and see the issue, even starting a brand new file and importing just the video and exporting the file.
Using the standard/defauit settings for Interactive PDF Export, and the latest version of Acrobat.
Curiously, this problem does not occur if I use Adobe Reader, but is present and repeatable in Acrobat X.
Is this a known bug? Any workarounds?
Download a trial of Acrobat XI (the current version). The bug might be fixed.
If I go to install Acrobat XI (even as a trial), it states that older versions of Acrobat will be removed, which I'm not okay with.
I otherwise have no compelling reason to upgrade to XI, even if this bug is fixed in that version—that's pretty expensive for a bug fix which can/should be fixed in a patch for X.
If you've downloaded all the updates for Acrobat X, then there is no bug fix in Acrobat X, and you'll have to live with it. Once a new version is available, the only updates for an older version are for security issues.