When creating scrollable frame content for Adobe DPS, the scrolling content can be a group of any type of InDesign objects, both static and interactive. You can group together text frames, images, buttons, and multi-state objects, and then make the group scrollable. However, if you try to include video in the scrollable frame group, you’ll find that it doesn’t work. After you paste the group into the “container frame” and go to the Folio Overlays panel, you’ll see that the options for video are displayed, not the options for scrollable frames.
Here’s a workaround that makes it possible to include embedded video in scrollable frames:
1. Group all the content together that you want as scrolling content, except for the video
2. Create a frame the same size as the outer bounds of the scrolling content, and name this frame “Container frame” in the Layers panel
3. Cut the scrolling content group
4. Select the Container frame, and choose Edit > Paste Into
5. In the Folio Overlays panel, choose Scrollable Frame, and select the desired scroll direction and other options
6. Place the video that you want to include in the scrolling content
7. In the Layers panel, drag the video into the Group that is inside the Container frame
8. In the Folio Overlays panel, set your video playback options as desired
9. Position the video where you want it to be in the scrolling content
10. Resize the Container frame so that it is smaller the the scrolling content group.