Multimedia Authoring - Quicktime Dead?
soapdog at mac.com
Sat Oct 21 11:14:03 EDT 2006
I want that keynote version!!! :D
The version I used on RevCon didn't even allowed me to export my
transitions, all it did was to create a movie slideshow. Maybe I set
Now one trick question to you pro guys, if we have an interactive
quicktime movie and we put it on the iPod, what happens?
On Oct 21, 2006, at 1:09 PM, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
> That is not the case. Keynote does export an Interactive quicktime
> movie that supports timings, transitions, buttons, etc. the problem
> is that some setting will break this interactivity. It is in the
> latest version of keynote, for that matter so is the ability to
> export to Flash as well.
> On Oct 21, 2006, at 11:02 AM, Andre Garzia wrote:
>> If I remember correcly, keynote quicktime export just picks your
>> slides as if they were images and create a movie slideshow, it
>> doesnt even respect timings and transitions. I didn't used keynote
>> very much, just used it for RevCon presentation but I think
>> interactivity is not supposed to be presented on exported movies.
>> so it's not broken, it's simply not there.
>> But again, in the new keynote version things might be different.
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