There are other options out there, but this was the easiest to embed. You need to download an Acrobat plug-in from the links within this post. If you want to be a stickler for your Adobe product, the embedded YouTube video can be made larger and can show it in full screen. It doesn't seem to display properly in Chrome if the embedded video doesn't have a preferred resolution. Embed YouTube videos directly into PDFs with a Widget — Acrobat Answers This YouTube widget for Acrobat allows you to embed any YouTube video into a document. The widget is simple to use, and you should find it very useful to your workflow. You can choose to use YouTube and embed your own videos as well as download other people's YouTube videos. The widget has an option to resize the embedded video, but when I looked this feature up it just didn't seem to work. To embed a YouTube video into a Document click on the icon on the toolbar, and navigate to Add YouTube Video to this document type. This will prompt you to select the YouTube YouTube Vitré on which you'd like to put your embedded video. A few important notes: 1) YouTube only supports HTML5. The video embed application that we created does not provide support for embedding YouTube videos. I don't know how it works (at all) inside the software, so this means that YouTube videos will only be seen as is. 2) If you resize your video in any way, it will display your embedded video in your new size. 3) You can't embed a video into your PDF with a transparency feature. 4) The embedded video will only run in the default window. Embed YouTube video into PDF & HTML5 files with a widget — YouTube Answers You might notice that the default window size is small. If you want it to be bigger, and you have a lot of video to embed, please click on the “Enable Transparency” button (to the right of the button the video) and choose its desired output resolution. The transparency will turn the embedded video as a high-quality 720p video.