6 Replies Latest reply: May 27, 2014 11:29 AM by landsharkVA
mr.bill Level 1 Level 1

Hello- Can anyone provide feedback on the export options in Keynote? Apple has had a historically bad record of removing exporting options (Flash, etc). Also, does it really require 10.9?

 

Thanks!

 

<Edited by Host>

Solved by backEast on Oct 22, 2013 2:45 PM Solved
I took a screenshot of the export menu for you. This looks like the same options that are in Keynote '09 (except for the Keynote '09 choice). If you go to apple.com/mac/keynote it says that 10.9 is required. its free though so why not?
  • backEast Level 1 Level 1
    expertise.iphone
    iPhone

    I took a screenshot of the export menu for you. This looks like the same options that are in Keynote '09 (except for the Keynote '09 choice).

    keynote export.png

     

    If you go to apple.com/mac/keynote it says that 10.9 is required. its free though so why not?

  • mr.bill Level 1 Level 1

    Sweet. Thx. This is good news. How about the great audio options. Hope they still let people export with the different audio capbilities.

     

    What do you think on the whole? Good upgrade (for what, 4 years?).

     

    Thx again.

  • backEast Level 1 Level 1
    expertise.iphone
    iPhone

    I haven't done much with it yet but so far it looks really great. It's nice having all the formatting options in one place instead of split between the inspector and the toolbar.

     

    what audio capabilities are you talkng about? You can still export to quicktime with custom settings if thats what you mean.

  • landsharkVA Level 1 Level 1

    Jumping in many months later here, but figure it's on the record/in the search function that way: unfortunately, the multitude of audio export options in Keynote 5 are now gone in Keynote 6. So, export to QuickTime only gives you "resolution" options, but nothing like the audio conversion options that existed (albeit under a few menu layers!) in Keynote 5.

  • Gary Scotland Level 6 Level 6
    expertise.desktops
    Desktops

    If you need other audio CODECS export from Quicktime Pro 7 or Compressor.

  • landsharkVA Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks - I'll check it out. Too bad, though, to lose the option from within Keynote itself.