I want to integrate a youtube video into a PDF. How do I first find out what format the video is in? Then I did tests and simply appended the ending .mp4 to the URL. The window then got an arrow and when I clicked on it, the film didn't appear, but the window turned gray. A pop-up window opened with the message "controls no". So what do I have to do to embed the video and be able to view it?
What API of the Acrobat SDK does you use?
dann können wir ja auf Deutsch. Was ist API und was Acrobat SDK?
Ich kann nur sagen, dass wir mit der neusten Adobe Pro Version für Mac arbeiten
Why have you posted the question in the forum for Acrobat SDK?
This is not possible, unless you download the video and embed it in the file, but then it's not really a YT video, just a regular one.
It is no longer possible to link videos from YouTube in a PDF because it violates the rules of use of YouTube.
Info: you can insert a file or URL for a video. The URL must be the direct URL of a movie stream. Youtube does NOT offer anything like this (by design), it's a full service media player. You would have to host the video on a media server of some kind.
Since you presumably own the Youtube video and have the original, you can add it as a file if you don't have a separate movie.