When you view a video, you can add comments to individual frames. Each comment is attached to a specific frame, so that when you view the comments, they appear in the context in which they were made.
With the video open (in a PDF file), open the Comment list pane.
To open the Comment list pane, choose Tools > Comment. The annotations and drawing markup tools are displayed in the secondary toolbar and comments are displayed in the right-hand pane.
Start the video and click Pause where you want to add a comment.
Select the commenting tool you want to use from the secondary toolbar, and then click the video frame to add the comment.
Click Play to continue the video.
I tried testing this functionality in Adobe Pro DC and it's not working. When opening a video like the directions say, it tries to import a video into a file. Once a video is opened and I try making a comment, the comment isn't able to be overlaid the coment goes behind the video frame and disapears. I also don't see any option to comment on specific frames either.
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Hi. I have tried this funcion too, and the same happened to me. The buttons of "play" and "pause" didn't appear, and I wasnt able to make any comment. I don't know if the problem is the software or my computer's configurations and I'm looking for help but I havemt found nothing.