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Solutions animation hors Epub

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Jul 12, 2023 Jul 12, 2023

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Bonjour à tous est ce qu'il y aurait une autre solution pour faire des animations intéractives dans indesign hors format Epub ? Vu qu'avec PDF les actions de Rollover et de défilement ne fonctionne pas. Merci beaucoup. 

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Community Expert , Jul 12, 2023 Jul 12, 2023

I am not completely clear on your question, so I apologize if this answer is not quite on target.

 

First, EPUB and PDF are completely separate and different formats. If the limits of interactive PDF are not letting you get the results you want (and I seem to recall that not all animated effects export correctly to that format), you can try EPUB, but you will discover there are other limitations there. For one thing, EPUB is completely dependent on each reader's capabilities, and while one reade

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I am not completely clear on your question, so I apologize if this answer is not quite on target.

 

First, EPUB and PDF are completely separate and different formats. If the limits of interactive PDF are not letting you get the results you want (and I seem to recall that not all animated effects export correctly to that format), you can try EPUB, but you will discover there are other limitations there. For one thing, EPUB is completely dependent on each reader's capabilities, and while one reader might display your documents and effects as you prefer, others may not. Unless you have control over what reader your audience uses, it's unlikely most of them will see the document as you intend it to be seen.

 

You can probably get the results you want using Publish Online, which is integral to InDesign and your Adobe account. As far as I know, it supports all, or nearly all InDesign animation and media features.

 

In the end, though, the only format that supports a high degree of interactivity and is more or less standard for all users on all platforms is HTML/CSS. (Which, I believe, is the core of Publish Online). If the Adobe platform is not suitable, there is a rather costly service/plugin, In5, that produces exceptionally accurate, complex HTML pages from InDesign documents.

 

My approach is not to use InDesign for projects that are more graphics and interaction than content. Approaching the latter type of  'documents' as web-based pages, and using DreamWeaver and generally web/HTML/CSS solutions, has worked better for me.


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