Actually, InDesign's animations work on iBooks, Kobo, Barnes & Noble NOOK, and Readium. Google Play Books is working toward support. Kindle is... Kindle. It'll support it when it does.
You can try exporting HTML5 from Edge Animate, and that will add Google Play Books to the list, but not Kindle, not reliably.
Which other readers are you most interested in supporting?
Thanks Pariah for your response,
so I can abandon Kindle for my animations :-)
I will test with Edge animate and html 5.
I find that on a forum, I have to test:
In fact, I’m starting to develop epub 2, epub 3 and DPS for my company.
so, I must know which readers supports it for proposing it to the clients.
for Apple no problem, I will propose Ibooks (native application)
but for android device, I have to find one that i know my animations will work.
maybe i can use Kobo on android but we must have a account, why not ?
otherwise i can say that epub 3 with animations are working just on Apple device,
and proposing DPS or Epub 3 (without animations) for other devices.
Best of luck to you!
Edge Animate shouldn't be too difficult. It's mostly a visual layout tool.
If you use OAM files, (unless something's changed recently) they won't work on iBooks on the iPad.
Right. That's why I suggested export to HTML5.
and after I have to copy and paste the code in my html page from the Epub and correct the path (script and css folder) ??
copy and paste from my html 5 page to my Epub i want to write