I have a PDF file created last year with InDesign, who contains several embedded videos.
This week I realized that when I open the PDF file with Acrobat DC/ or Acrobat Reader, each time one of the video should start, Acrobat DC directly craches.
Are you expericing the same?
It seems this is due to the last update of Acrobat.
Any idea how to solve this issue?
Thanks in advance,
We are sorry for the trouble. As described the Acrobat DC is crashing upon playing the embedded video in a PDF file that is originally created from Indesign.
Would you mind sharing the version of the Adobe Acrobat/Reader DC you are using? To check the version go to Help > About Adone Acrobat/Reader DC and make sure you have the latest version 20.009.20074 installed. Go to Help > Check for updates.
If it still doesn't work, please try to turn off the protected mode for testing. Go to Edit (Windows), Adobe Acrobat DC (Mac) > Preferences > Enhanced Security > Turn off the protected mode and uncheck the Enhanced Security > Click ok
Note: Please trun on the security after testing.
If it still doesnt work, please craete a new test user profile with full admin rights or wnable the root account in Mac and try using the application there and check.
Keep us posted with the results
Thank you for reaching out.
Could you please let us know if the issue occurs on playing video from any PDF or with some particular PDF?
Would you mind sharing any sample PDF with us? So we can replicate the issue on our end.
Share the Acrobat and OS version on the machine. You may use the steps suggested in the following help document to check the application version: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/identify-product-version.html.
Please ensure that the application is updated to the latest version. In the application, go to Help > Check for updates.
Let us know if you need any help.
I have same issue here on OS X 10.15.7, i reinstalled the new version of Acrobat and now it tell me that i need Flash that i recently desintalled because of the end of the support by Adobe. So ... is there a plan to be able to play video in pdf soon without Flash?
Thanks to keep me informed, so i will know if i have to remove video from my documents.
Hi @MeenakshiNegi and Adobe Support,
Could you please let us know if there is any solution to solve this "embedded video in PDF" issue, or if there is not fix at the moment? Since October last year, no Acrobat Adobe updates have solved this known issue. Are you working on any other functionnality allowing to have embedded video in PDF files?
Thanks in advance,
Totally agree. Have had the same issue for months and I've tested it multiple times and through different methods. Each time you attempt to play the video in the PDF, I see a 'connecting...' appear at the bottom for maybe 2 seconds - then the PDF crashes/closes.
I have been having the same issue for the past year. And seeing the previousl person has yet to reply, I'll take this opportunity....
I tried to re-insert yet another video today.
I'm running PC
Version: 2020.013.20074 Adobe Pro DC.
I inserted a small mp4 on my PC and my partner's Mac.
Settings: Play video on visible and on open.
When viewing the saved PDF on a mac it runs fine.
On the PC, it has a pop-up screen 'Connecting...' then after a few seconds, the programme blips out of existence. just closes down (See below).
I have the same issue.
Acrobat DC 20.013.20074 (last version)
Windows 10 : last version
I can import my video but when reading it it crashes.
I try :
- uninstall / reinstall
- 3 embed multimedia player
- remove security view/documents
- I tried with 3 PC all crashes or black screen
- Works on apple
You have a main problem with multimedia player on windows version. Please solve it!
Same problem here, still nolved in the latest updates.
Acrobat Pro DC v2021.001.20135 on Windows 10
When trying to open a video embedded into a PDF, Acrobat crashes (the program window closes without any error message). Hope this will be fixed soon!
Thank you for reaching out and reporting this.
Would you mind sharing any sample PDF so we may replicate the behavior at our end? It will help us to replicate the issue at our end.
Please also share the crash logs with us. You may use the steps suggested in the following help document to collect the crash logs: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/collect-logs-crash-freeze.html
Let us know if you need any help.
Sure, here's the link to download a PDF sample and the crash dump:
In the event viewer the error I get is this:
Nome dell'applicazione che ha generato l'errore: Acrobat.exe, versione: 21.1.20135.27840, timestamp: 0x6018e1a4 Nome del modulo che ha generato l'errore: D3D9.DLL, versione: 10.0.19041.662, timestamp: 0x3292e3dc Codice eccezione: 0xc0000005 Offset errore 0x0004d172 ID processo che ha generato l'errore: 0xaa0 Ora di avvio dell'applicazione che ha generato l'errore: 0x01d70051d3dc42d7 Percorso dell'applicazione che ha generato l'errore: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat DC\Acrobat\Acrobat.exe Percorso del modulo che ha generato l'errore: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\D3D9.DLL ID segnalazione: afd1c140-3cb2-442b-a857-fb28069f3a7a Nome completo pacchetto che ha generato l'errore: ID applicazione relativo al pacchetto che ha generato l'errore:
Same problem on PC!
Please find the solution Adobe.
Kind ragards, Bane
Hi community, this is an ongoing issue with Windows Media Playback that we are investigating with Microsoft. The issue is primarliy affecting devices which have both and integrated graphics processor along with a discrete graphics card. While we are working on solving the underlying problem, we have discovered a temporary workaround which works by setting a default GPU for Acrobat. The workaround can be implemented using the Windows 10 Display Settings:
Under Display Settings, head on over to Graphics Settings:
You get a screen that lets you choose, by application, which display adapter (GPU) you wish to use:
Add Adobe Acrobat (you will need to browse through the appropriate Program Files (x86) or Program Files file structure to point to the executable for the applications you wish to add here). Then click on Options and choose which GPU you want. In this case, I chose Power saving which on this system was the built-in Intel® UHD Graphics 630. Hit Save and you should be good to go.