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Topic: OGG files embedding in pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 153960
From: nikolas
Date: 9/6/2006 02:29 AM

Well Hello first of all,

My name is Nikolas (as my nick suggests ;)) and I'm looking for a little info, which I cannot find elsewhere. Maybe you can help me.

I'm currently working on a book (around 150 pages), with musical scores, audio files, and text of course. This book is being worked on in Word XP.

Now my problem:

I know that Acrobat Pro can embed mp3 files, but mp3 files require licensing, which costs the erath, especially when we're tlaking about 70+ different mp3 files.

The always available option to mp3 is the ogg files, which are actually better, and there are no licensing issues.

But as far as I know ogg embedding is not supported in Acrobat Pro.

So,

Is there any way to embed OGG files in a pdf file? Other than that everything else I know how to do and which driver, or program to use.

Please any opinion is welcome.

Regards,

Nikolas

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