Adobe announced the release of a new version of software to create and share PDF documents, the main novelty compared to previous editions is the fact that, for the first time, this application includes format support flash.
With this feature included in Acrobat 9, the user can add animated images or videos supported by flash, such as those that appear, for example, on YouTube.
In this sense, Acrobat users can convert children into MOV and WMV format in Flash, placing them in PDFs together with audio content and 3D models, explains Cnet.
Other new features included in this version are the possibility for the user to use 256-bit encryption in PDFs or the fact that users can now associate a PowerPoint presentation file with the PDF file.
In addition to this version, Adobe also announced the availability of the beta version of Acrobat.com, a platform online which integrates several services such as Adobe Brio, for videoconferences and meetings, Adobe Buzzword, a word processor, and Adobe Share, a tool for sharing documents.
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