For some reason, after watching a video on an Interactive pdf, the bounding box for the video player carries over onto the next slide. I've tested this on other machines and it happens on all of them, with some just showing the box stroke, some showing the area filled black, so I'm pretty confused. It isn't a major issue, but it does mean that I'm having to duplicate any slides that directly follow video content to get around this problem. I'm not sure if it has something to do with the file format or something like that but I haven't been able to find any similar problems or fixes online.
I have found that right clicking and choosing 'Disable Content' fixes the problem but is an inconvenience and doesn't look good in a presentation.
If there's a workaround you'd best find it in the Acrobat Rich Media & 3D forum.
It's an issue with the PDF viewer, not with how InDesign is creating the PDF. There is absolutely nothing you can do about it in InDesign, sorry.
Oh okay, thanks for your help!
I'll post on that forum now