Adobe Acrobat X.
Content / media in the "Select a file or enter a URL-address ..."
and press OK
Get a message "Do not specify any single media file".
I think it's saying you have to give the URL of a movie .That isn't a movie, it's a web page which shows a movie. Youtube's movies aren't intended for use as single media files, they want people to visit Youtube (and see the adverts).
There used to a be a Flash-based YouTube widget for Acrobat, but I think it got taken down due to legal issues.
You might just consider putting in a link to watch the video and let the OS take care of viewing it in your browser.
Acrobat XI's changes in the sandbox and player decoupling broke it, sorry.
Gilad D (try67) wrote: There used to a be a Flash-based YouTube widget for Acrobat, but I think it got taken down due to legal issues.
Gilad D (try67) wrote:
So my http-link must have tail as .flv or .avi ?
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