How to setup photos in Keynote

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  1. ijingo

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    Guys, if you notice on screensaver and choose pictures folder, when it is activated, the pictures are like zooming then fading then switching to next picture in very good transition. Can you do this in Keynote? I really like that effect. Thanks. I don't know if you get the idea.
     
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    Are you referring to the Ken Burns effect?
     
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    You can do it the hard way using Transitions in Inspector or do it in iMovie use Ken Burns and import the movie in Keynote.
     
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    Or even easier, you can do it in iPhoto. You can even export it to a movie from there.

    Leo
     
  5. ijingo

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    Yes, that's it Ken Burns. iPhoto. but can't figure out how to do it.

    Got it guys, its the default slideshow effect. Thanks. But I guess it needs at least 1920 by 1200 pixels to have a good result. This one applies to panorama pictures.
     
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    Really? Just select the photos you want, and click Slideshow.

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