I teach mathematics in a university, often recording my lectures on a tablet (screencasting). Do you know if there is a PDF reader program that I can use during my lectures to:

  1. display slides from a pdf file (in a slideshow-like fashion).
  2. write annotations on them with a stylus.
  3. insert pages on-the-fly in arbitrary places to add supplementary material, for instance proofs of theorems presented in the slides, again writing them with a stylus.

I could do all that with an older version of Xodo PDF, but apparently 3. is no longer supported.

Gratis or open source preferred. I'm restricted to use Windows 10 for external reasons.

Cross-posted from academia.se, where it didn't attract much interest.

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