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Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter is probably the world's first useful and practical application designed for Mac users for importing/converting Keynote movie to iMovie with fast conversion speed and …

Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter is probably the world's first useful and practical application designed for Mac users for importing/converting Keynote movie to iMovie with fast conversion speed and fast output quality.

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  • 1. Two ways to export/put/transfer a Keynote movie to iMovie This article is designed to help you export a Keynote movie you made with Keynote to iMovie Before coming to this topic, we need to first get a general knowledge about Keynote. Part I: What is Keynote? Keynote is a presentation software application developed as a part of the iWork product suite by Apple. It has been 7 years from now that Apple released its first version of Keynote, Keynote 1.0 on January 7, 2003, and this year, January 27, 2010, Apple announced its new version of Keynote for iPad with an all new touch interface. With it, you can create stunning presentation in minutes, customize and edit graphic quickly and easily, add amazing effects with easy-to-use tools, deliver your presentation in a variety of ways and open, save and email files in popular formats. Part II: Keynote and iMovie In this article, we will focus our attention mainly on how to export a Keynote movie
  • 2. to iMovie. As it states in Wikipedia, Keynote exports to PDF, QuickTime, Flash, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, HTML and it also support all QuickTime video formats (including MPEG-2 and DV) in slideshows. Sometimes, you need to go through some editing process in order to get a better quality rendering, and among the vast amount of video editing program, iMovie is probably the most frequently one among Mac users, because it's free and easy to use, anyone even computer illiteracy can use it to edit their home movies without too much learning beforehand. Part III: Two ways exporting Keynote movie to iMovie Workaround 1: Direct export your presentation from a Keynote to iMovie With Keynote, you can export your presentation to a variety of file formats like QuickTime MOV, MP4 etc. And sometimes, it is just right to export your Keynote movie to some format let's say MOV that can be used in iMovie perfectly. And below is the instruction of creating a file that can be used in iMovie 1.Open your presentation in Keynote 2.Choose File > Export 3.Select QuickTime as the file format 4.Select "Fixing Timing" for Playback (Note: Do not select the manual advance option, the resulting file may not be imported into iMovie) 5.Select "Full Quality Large" for the format setting 6.Click "Next" 7.Name and save your movie. And tips to import the created Keynote movie to iMovie 1.Open iMovie 2.Choose File > Import Movies
  • 3. 3.Locate your movie saved in step 7 above 4.Click Import. Workaround 2: Transfer Keynote movie to iMovie using Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter Sometimes, it is may not be lucky enough for your to export your presentation from a Keynote to iMovie. Keynote export movie to QuickTime format, usually in MOV or MP4 format, and as we may know, both MOV and MP4 are multimedia container formats that contains one or more tracks, each of which stores a particular type of data: video, audio, effect or text. Therefore, it is may be not a straightforward process if the exported Keynote movie is not in the correct QuickTime MOV or MP4 format (maybe use different codecs) Don't worry, with Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter, this could be no problem any more, what your need to do is to convert your Keynote movie to some format like MOV, MPEG-4, DV that can be worked perfectly with iMovie. Part IV: A word about Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter could be probably the first tool specially designed developed for Mac users to have difficulty importing their presentation from Keynote to iMovie. It is only a few mouse clicks away from changing the Keynote movie format to iMovie readable MOV, MPEG-4, DV format by using Keynote Movie to iMovie converter. Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter is able to convert between almost all popular file formats like AVI, WMV, MPG, MOV, MP4, DV, FLV, ASF, 3GP, RM etc that can be easily imported to different video editing applications, put on various portable devices or upload to video sharing websites. Besides, it can also extract audio tracks for video and save as MP3, AAC, AC3, AIFF etc.
  • 4. Please don't think Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter is only a video converter and video player, it can also help you to make your own movies before importing to iMovie with the built-in video editing functions, you can cut your movies to several pieces, merge a bunch of files into a single file, apply special effect to the movie or do other advanced settings as well. Part V: Convert your presentation from Keynote to iMovie with Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter It is also simple to use Keynote Movie to iMovie Converter by taking a glance of the picture guide listed below: Related Articles: Import PhotoBucket Video to iMovie Put iPhoto Video to iMovie
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