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Topic: Full scripting between Acrobat 6 and embedded FLash Movies
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 102244
From: pdf_media_lab
Date: 12/12/2003 10:23 AM

Back near the end of October I was enquiring about documentation on full scripting between Acrobat 6 and embedded Flash MX 2004 movies. There was some support for flash to pdf javascript but not really for acrobat to flash.

Since then I have produced a product called Arbitrator Pro to provide full scripting capability between embedded flash movies and the host PDF files. It is now in beta release and I am looking for serious beta testers.

If you are a developer who works with both Flash and PDF and needs this kind of integrated multimedia support you can access the Arbitrator Pro website at:

You can check out the examples if you are running the Adobe Reader 6 and Flash Player 7 on a Windows platform.


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