In a Web 2.0 era where content and media sharing is the norm, Flash was one of-if not, the main media platform being used to watch Flash videos on the web. Not surprisingly, Adobe’s acquisition of Macromedia in 2005, allowed the PDF developer to leverage the multimedia technology within the PDF format, making Flash a natively supported element within Adobe Reader and Acrobat.
Despite Adobe Flash’s slight decline in popularity over the years, some of your best and richest content may still be in the .SWF format. Luckily, with Acrobat 11 Pro, you have a basic Flash to PDF converter you can use to either boost your PDF documents or preserve your rich multimedia content. Here’s how.
For this tab, set a Poster Image, the still image displayed on the page, to ensure your content gets a polished look. Select Retrieve poster from media or further customize it with your own image by choosing to Create poster from file.