Ken Burns Effect on Keynote

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  1. angel_benet

    angel_benet Active Member

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    I created a slide show in iPhoto with all the pics in sepia effect with nice music. I used the dissolve transition effect with Ken Burns style. I really want to share this slide show with my friends, but they don't have access to a Mac.

    I tried creating the same effect in Keynote, thinking I could just save it in Quicktime, but it's not the same at all.

    Any suggestions? I really love the Ken Burns effect. ;)
     
  2. Macmon

    Macmon Well-Known Member

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    how about importing it to imovie and then exporting it as QT
     
  3. Wingmac

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    Try exporting it iDVD.

    I just did it.
     
  4. hannibal

    hannibal Guest

    yes this will solve your problem but, only if your mac is equipped with a superdrive. if you're using an ibook with combo, this won't work of course.
     
  5. Macmon

    Macmon Well-Known Member

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    How about installing patchburn to make it run?
     
  6. angel_benet

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    thanks for the suggestions, am trying importing it to iMovie right now since i only have a combo drive. ;)
     
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    Have you tried exporting the slideshow to QT directly from iPhoto? I've done that several times when I wanted to share slideshows with PC-using friends and preserve the transition effects and music. The maximum size is 720 by 480, though...
     

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