For a long time, in5 users have been wanting to include content from Adobe Animate or Tumult Hype in their projects.
And there has been a way to do it with HTML files and the Web Overlay panel (used by DPS/AEM Mobile, but supported by in5)…
But InDesign has supported a more natural approach for most designers: placing of OAM files (packages of HTML from animation apps) directly on the page.
I’m pleased to announce that version 3.1 of in5 will also support placed OAMs.
Check out the video below to see an example of an OAM with complex animation and interactivity exported with an InDesign document.
It’s just one of the ways that in5 v3.1 will put more publishing power in your hands without having to code.
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