http/https issue do you have?
Well you can only link http links, not https.
Youtube and Vimeo all seem to be https, so I can't get it to work this way...
Any ideas? thanks
Are you trying to get the YouTube video to play in the PDF or just link to it?
In the PDF...
Honestly, you’re wasting your time using PDF for this.
Do it with Fixed Layout EPUB and the world of interactive features will open up to you.
Beyond forms (and even that is beginning to fade for me) interactive PDF is just one kludge on top of another and with the many substandard readers out there, nothing but a crap shoot.
PDF has become useless because it's so popular. There are hundreds of different PDF readers and most of them are incapable of displaying interactivity (like what you're attempting) correctly. Do as Bob Levine suggests.
Thanks guys, but it needs to be a PDF for my client. I need this to work in a browser / email / all kinds of things. PDF seems to be the best option...
I'm new to the EPUB world, but I get the impression this only works on iPad / book readers?
Even so, it still only seems to allow http (not https) links when it's set up as a Digital Publishing file...
Sorry I'm in over my head a bit here!
You're trying to do the impossible if you want videos to play in a PDF file within a web browser or an email.
Ok well thanks for not letting me get too far.
I had a video working in Acrobat but doesn't seem to work online...
With EPUB, does that have to be an iPad mag? I presume that can't be used online?
Thanks guys. Appreciate the input!
FXL EPUB can run on desktops or mobile devices as long as you have the proper reader installed.
Almost every feature in FXL EPUB is also honored in Adobe' new Publish Online service.
As alternative you can Publish Online (CC2015.2 only) and enable to download a print PDF.