How do I use Image Sequence?

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Sep 04, 2020

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I have a simple PNG sequence I want to add and I only have tutorials from 2014 to go by. Whenever I export (epub format), all I get is a still image of the first frame. How do I fix thix?

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Derek Cross Adobe Community Professional , Sep 05, 2020
This feature – DPS – has been dropped by Adobe. There's an InDesign plugin, in5, (at extra cost) you could use to create this:  https://ajarproductions.com/pages/products/in5/

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Sep 05, 2020

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 Not sure what it is you want to do; it sounds a little as if you want InDesign to compile a movie from stills. Perhaps you can post a link to the tutorial you're trying to follow, and we can help you figure out why things aren't happening.

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Ok, here is the tutorial I watched: https://youtu.be/2OLkrXq_3eM

Learn how to create an image sequence in InDesign to include in an ePub document.

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Those features never worked with epub. As Derek says, you'll need in5 to use it.

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This feature – DPS – has been dropped by Adobe. There's an InDesign plugin, in5, (at extra cost) you could use to create this: 

https://ajarproductions.com/pages/products/in5/

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