Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Feedback in Presenter Display view, part of Keynote: Builds, Transitions, Animations, and Effects.
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…As you add more, more animation to a presentation, it's possible to overload…your system, particularly with things like magic move or some of the emphasis moves.…And what could happen is, is you might click too soon, the system's…not responsive and then you click again, and you end up bypassing the animation.…Well fortunately, there is the ability to get a good idea of…what's happening and what happens next if you use the presenter display.…Now, the presenter display is designed for when…you're giving your presentation to a live audience.…
And essentially, it changes how you connect to the projector.…Instead of having the laptop and mirroring my screen with what's…on the projector, I essentially send different information to each device.…Now, you could check this out before you hook up to…a projector pretty easily and that's what I'm going to show you now.…Under Keynote>Preferences, you could bring up…the option to see the presenter's display.…So notice here when giving my slide show,…I just checked the box for Enable Presenter Display.…
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