1299 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Sep 2, 2008 9:38 PM by wathieme
If you have Quicktime Pro you can save the movie as a Quicktime movie file within Quicktime Pro. It will be saved as a typical .mov file. Keynote natively reads these files and makes them look beautiful. If you do not have Quicktime Pro you may want to try a demo of other apps out there. You may want to check the Downloads page on Apple's site. You can also add the movie to an iMovie '08 project, then export that as a Quicktime movie, if you need a fix now.