I recently started creating a document that contains animation, and audio sounds.
I have watched the tutorials and read the how to's and and followed it all.
My issue is when I publish the document and after it is uploaded online, I click "VIEW Document".
As it loads and I see the first page animate, it also loads and plays fractions of all the audio clips I have used in various pages in the document.
I have set each one to the setting of "Play on page load" and "Stop on Page Turn".
All are Mp3 sound files. No matter what computer I load the link, on it does the same thing.
Once document is loaded and go to the pages the sounds are on, it all works fine. Just on initial loading of documents you can hear ALL sound clips one by one on loading of first page. Is there a reason for this? How can I stop this?
I have the latest version of Indesign CC 2017. Under a month I have had it for.
Any help would be appreciated.
Posting a link would be a start to getting some help.
Thanks but I think I found the issue.
It seems if the sound files are first in the timing (on Page Load), my issue occurs.
Once I placed them as second in the timing, the issue is no longer there.
My document now loads and I hear no more PRE audio clips. When I load the page with audio. I see my page then sound clicks in as it should....
To me, it should work how its say..ON PAGE LOAD....Only..... not when you open your document and hear all short sound bits no matter if the audio clip is first, there should be no PRE clips as you open your document.
Adobe should look into that.