[OS X TeX] graphic conversion

Peder Axensten peder at axensten.se
Sat Feb 12 14:24:00 CET 2005

On 12 feb 2005, at 00.10, Maarten Sneep wrote:

> On 11 feb 2005, at 23:34, Peder Axensten wrote:
>> On 11 feb 2005, at 17.05, Joseph C. Slater wrote:
>>> On Feb 11, 2005, at 3:16 AM, Peder Axensten wrote:
>>>> <snip>
>>>> • Any computer can show my slides with no hassle as it is a pdf 
>>>> with everything including, anymations excluded. I haven't found a 
>>>> way to make them included in the pdf.
>>> http://robotics.caltech.edu/~radford/easymovie.sty
>> I tried various packages that made animations visible in the pdf, but 
>> you still needed the external movie file. I think this one was one of 
>> those I tried, but I'll try it again. Thank you!
> With the correct options -although they may be the default, read the 
> docs- movie15.sty will include the movie file in the pdf, making a 
> stand-alone and self-contained file. Adobe Reader (6?) or 7 is 
> required for playback. The style file is available on CTAN.

This looks like just the thing! Thanks!
It seems that only with pdf 1.5 you can include movies into the actual 
pdf file.


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