A03 Adding Audio and Video to Your Presentations 2:23

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Adding audio and video to your
presentations

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In Keynote you can easily give
your presentations flares

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by adding audio and video in just a few steps.

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To add a sound track that'd
play through entire presentation

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first open the Media Browser by clicking
the "Media" icon in the Tool bar.

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Then click the "Audio" tab,

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here you will find all your music
from GarageBand and iTunes.

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You can preview song by double click in it.

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Music

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Once you find the song or playlist you wanna use

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open the Inspector,

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click "Audio",

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and then drag the song from the
Media Browser to the audio well.

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You can adjust the volume of your
soundtrack by moving the slider.

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Music

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You can also have music or sound effect play

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only in certain point in your presentation

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by attaching it to an individual slide.

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Simply drag and audio file
from the Media Browser

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directly on to the slide.

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If you want to play only a snippet of the song,

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open the QuickTime inspector

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and adjust the start and stop point

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by sledding these bars.

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You can than preview the snippet

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by clicking the "Play" button.

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Music

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Adding a video clip to
a slide is just as easy.

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Just select the "Movies" tab
in the Media Browser,

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where you can see all of
your movies from iMovie,

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iPhoto, iTunes and your movies folder.

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Preview your movie by double click in it.

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Once you find the movie you want

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just drag it to your slide.

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To add a finishing touch you can
add a border around the movie.

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With your movie selected

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click on the "Stroke" pop-up
menu in the format bar,

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and then choose a frame for your video.

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By default the movie would
start when the slide opens.

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To manually control the playback

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click the "QuickTime" inspector button

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and check the box for
"Start movie on click".

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Now while you are giving your presentation

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you can start your movie
when the timing is right.
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