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Old 02-01-2007, 06:51 PM   #1
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i've created a PDF file with embedded audio in it and I was kind of expecting to navigate on the clickable area with the little joystick, press the ENT key and hear the audio clip but looks like this is not supported.
Did anyone have better luck with BBeB format?
This feature would be great for people learning languages...

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Hi

i've created a PDF file with embedded audio in it and I was kind of expecting to navigate on the clickable area with the little joystick, press the ENT key and hear the audio clip but looks like this is not supported.
Did anyone have better luck with BBeB format?
This feature would be great for people learning languages...

regards

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Interesting yes. There's a RSS feature related to iTunes that makes it easy to embed PDF files with podcasts. Some podcast focusing on learning languages use this option. Since the reader can handle both mp3 and PDF files, it seems like a good alternative too: you listent to the podcast and read the PDF at the same time.

Edit: http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive...mplete_gu.html

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yes, that's possible...
I was thinking about a more integrated experience.
Both PDF and BBeB support embedding multimedia.
Would be nice to see it on the reader...
I'm hoping for BBeB!
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yep, I've checked in the BBeB reference and it's supported, you CAN embed mp3
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