The capability to include "dynamic" Acrobat 3D files in FrameMaker is 
not yet available, but there is encouraging evidence that it may be 
available soon --

-  Adobe demonstrated Acrobat 3D import capability at the 2007 STC 
Summit in Minneapolis, in a not-yet-released version of FrameMaker. The 
imported Acrobat 3D model did retain its dynamic features in 
FrameMaker-generated PDF.

- In early May, Adobe publicly announced a beta program for a 
not-yet-released version of FrameMaker.

-Alan

Fabio DiFrancesco wrote:
> Hi Framers, 
>
>  
>
> I'm currently using the trial version of Acrobat 3D, version 8.0. I'd like
> to know the different ways to import a dynamic 3D file from the 3D Toolkit
> to my source FrameMaker document. Also, once I generate my PDF document,
> will the 3D model retain all of its dynamic features? Furthermore, any other
> advice you may have for a first-time Acrobat 3D user would be greatly
> appreciated.
>
>  
>
> Thank you, 
>
> Fabio.
>
>  
>   
-- 
Alan Houser, President
Group Wellesley, Inc.
412-363-3481
www.groupwellesley.com


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