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Topic: PDF to online Flash magazine - products to do this?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 155250
From: jupjup
Date: 10/17/2006 09:27 PM


I have a client that wants to convert their print-ready PDFs to online versions of the same thing. The online version of the magazine would be Flash-based. Does anyone know of a product that can do this?

I know this type of question has been asked before but I have scoured the 'net and still not found a suitable solution. I don't mind paying for a good product.

The requirements are:

- must convert the PDFs to Flash with little or no user intervention
- magazine needs to have those page-turning dog ears
- must be able to zoom into the pages
- must be able to print selected magazine pages

Nice to haves:

- be able to embed hyperlinks in pages somehow
- search for text in the magazine

As I said, I can't find a product that will do this for me. Any help is greatly appreciated.


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