I've been using InDesign recently to produce interactive PDFs for a client I'm working with. The current PDF that I'm putting together has about 13 different SWF files embedded into the file which I created using the interactive features of Indesign CS5.
Previous PDFs that I have created like this have run fine but this latest one loads really slowly and each animation really stutters and doesn't flow properly when loaded. I've optimised all the animations to 72dpi and medium jpeg compression but this doesn't make any difference. I've also exported the PDF using 72dpi and med JPEG compression.
Can someone please help out by explaining how I can optimise the animations even further so the whole PDF runs smoothly and dosn't take ages to skip to each page?
Thanks in advance
I think you posted this question a day or two ago. Lack of response probably indicates that we have no idea. You're pushing the limits of the technology and you may need to think of another way to do it or live with the slow performance. Mixing two technologies (SWF and PDF) is inherently a challenging situation.