Hi - I have an 8-panel brochure I helped design that I'd like to post online for prospecive employers to review as an example of my work.
The graphic artist sent it to me in a static pdf format which displays the 8 panels in one view with 4 on top and 4 on the bottom. The panels are not displayed in the order that you would view them when physically opening the brochure.
How can I easily convert the static pdf into a flipbook? I cannot ask the graphic artist to do this as it was for a contract job that I no longer have.
I have an account with Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat, and Creative Cloud.
The term "flipbook" is misleading. I think what you want to do is split a single PDF page into 8 individual pages, so that each one can be viewed separately. Is that correct?
- You can do it either manually, by duplicating the page 8 times and cropping a different part of it in each copy, or it can be done using a script. I've developed similar tools for my clients that split each page into 4 pages, for example, and could probably adjust it for you to do it with 8 pages, too (for a fee, of course). But if it's a one-time thing it's probably not worth it to automate this task...
- That's not possible, since Flash is dead and that was the only way of doing it. Forget about this feature.