Adobe Acrobat for iOS only supports playback of Audio if it is added as an Attachment to the document. You would then see the audio clip under the attachments icon which would show up on the bottom toolbar in the lower right if an attachment was present. We do not support playback of "embedded" audio or video. Additionally, the attached audio / video must be in a format that the device supports. I believe that most mp3 should work. I hope this helps!
The PDF contains a lot of audio clips. So, if there is a way that you can click a link in the document that points to the right attachment, this might be one way to resolve the issue. Can this be done using Adobe Acrobat Pro IX?
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There is a way to do this in Acrobat Pro DC (and probably IX), but the mobile Acrobat does not currently support this:
It sounds like this is a feature that you would like. I'm adding it to our backlog, but it's not something we hear a request for often so it doesn't look like something we'll get to soon. My apologies that this is the answer and thank you for reaching out.
Okay, thanks a lot.
Yeah, I really think you should look into this. Many ebooks containing embedded multimedia are better published in PDF format, and so I think that in the future there will be a large demand for apps that support this on mobile devices, tablets in particular.
I, too, would very very very much like to publish a PDF e-book with embedded audio clips.