This video explains how to record your slideshow so you can play it back either through Keynote, or export it as a QuickTime video file.
- [Instructor] Keynote includes the ability to record…yourself giving a live presentation complete with…all of your slides, and the sound of your voice.…This can really come in handy in situations where…someone can't be on site to see your presentation…in person.…You can just export and send them a video…of the presentation.…Or maybe you're slated to give the same presentation…multiple times at one location.…If it's not an interactive presentation or a discussion…you can record your presentation the first time…and then just play the recording the subsequent times.…Let's take a look at how this works.…First, go to your Mac's system preferences.…
In here select Sound.…Under Input, select the microphone you'll be using…to record your voice.…This might be your Mac's built in microphone.…A USB microphone.…Or an external audio input device.…What you see here is gonna depend on…what you have connected to your Mac.…Mine's already set up, so I'm just gonna…close this and return to Keynote.…Next, let's select the Document panel.…
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- Adding calculations to tables
- Saving custom styles
- Matching colors with the Color Picker
- Animating objects on a single slide
- Using Magic Move between slides
- Skipping slides for shorter presentations
- Controlling the presentation with an iPhone or iPad
- Recording your slideshow