Currently Being ModeratedDec 11, 2012 5:40 PM (in response to Michael Sime1)
i'm struggling with the same thing. i posted this in a different forum. i've seen a handful of questions all asking the same thing. i think we all just want to know what the 'native' rendering resolution is for keynote/iphone on the various form factors and how to fill it. anyone know?
can't find the answer to this anywhere...
i've built a high-fidelity iphone5 app prototype in keynote. i'm running it on the mac in an iphone "frame" and it looks great
what i want to do now is have that same prototype run on the iphone. i've tried a number of different solutions and i can't find anything that works on iphone 5 resolution. keynotetopia, pop, etc.. all of the native iphone apps that render locally don't render at 640x1136
so, i was hoping that i could just use keynote on iphone. whoops, landscape only. no problem, rotated all of my prototype screens and built a new keynote file that is 1136 wide and 640 tall. load it into keynote iphone and get a warning that i used some transitions that aren't supported, no rpoblem, but then i get
"your presentation has been resized to fit"
and it renders everything sub-full screen.
is there anyway for me to render a "full-screen" 1136x640 presentation on the iphone using keynote? if not, does anyone know what the "native" full resolution it can support is?