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Hi, I usually add sound files (mp3) to pdf documents, but can no longer do this. Has anyone any ideas on how I can do this? Thanks 🙂
I just gave it a try, and was successful in adding an MP3 to a PDF. Interestingly, it would not play... for a minute or two. I clicked to play it, hard nothing, went on to something else on my computer, and then it played on its own a minute later. Once that happened, I could click at will, and it played for me.
What version/OS are you running?
Thanks Dave. I'm operating on Windows 10 Pro.
When i add interactive object (mp3) then hit play I get Flash Player error?:
What is your Acrobat version? The presednce of FLASH technology tells me it's older, and out of date, maybe?
It's this and thanks for your reply 🙂
Flash has been retired by Adobe, and programs that rely on that technology have been updated to no longer use Flash. Acrobat is included in this. I highly recommend upgrading to the current version of Acrobat Pro DC... especially if media is part of your workflow.
Thanks Dave. What's the upgraded version would need? Cheers 👍
I have Acrobat Pro DC, which is part of a subscription. With the 'price of admission' comes steady updates, so you would always have the latest & greatest available to you.
Thanks Dave 👍
You bet - good luck!