3 Replies Latest reply: Oct 8, 2013 12:54 AM by Gary Scotland
Cartoonguy Level 1 Level 1
expertise.macosx
Mac OS X

I know how to make a slide with a video on it, but I want to have the video start when I click, but then automatically fill the screen without the BG of the slide behind it (if, for instance, it's 4:3).  So just as when you choose to make a Quicktime movie full screen and so you don't see anything else. 

 

Thanks!


iMac, OS X Mountain Lion
Reply by Gary Scotland on Oct 7, 2013 12:19 PM Helpful

A)  If you want the video too fill the Keynote slide:

 

either match the pixel dimension of the Keynote slide size to the video file eg 1024 x 768

(Inspector > Document > Slide Size)

 

or place a video on the slide then drag the handles until it scales to fit the frame. This will stretch out the image and cause some loss of picture quality.

 

 

B)  If you want the video to fill the display:

 

match the pixel size of the display setting to the video file; 

( Apple > System Preferences > Diplays > Display tab)

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  • Gary Scotland Level 6 Level 6
    expertise.desktops
    Desktops

    A)  If you want the video too fill the Keynote slide:

     

    either match the pixel dimension of the Keynote slide size to the video file eg 1024 x 768

    (Inspector > Document > Slide Size)

     

    or place a video on the slide then drag the handles until it scales to fit the frame. This will stretch out the image and cause some loss of picture quality.

     

     

    B)  If you want the video to fill the display:

     

    match the pixel size of the display setting to the video file; 

    ( Apple > System Preferences > Diplays > Display tab)

  • Cartoonguy Level 1 Level 1
    expertise.macosx
    Mac OS X

    Thanks Gary.  I'm wanting to have the movie smaller in the slide and then when I click on it, it plays full screen.  Or I guess I could have a graphic the slide that is not the movie, but make the next slide the movie in full screen.

  • Gary Scotland Level 6 Level 6
    expertise.desktops
    Desktops

    Yes this would work.