I'm working on an interactive PDF (cs6) with lot's of audio files. I would really like to stream some of the audio data instead of embedding all of it (to avoid the huge file size). I noticed that I can add a video file from url. The adobe help sais "The video must be a valid Flash Video file (FLV or F4V) or H.264-encoded file (such as MP4)." I wonder why I don't have that option for audio files and if there might be a way to do it anyway (other than creating a sound-only video file). Any ideas?
I don't believe that that is an option. I've been working with audio/video for a long time, and have never heard of a workaround.