3/18/16
3:15 pm

Forum Question: How To Share QuickTime Videos?

I have made a collection of Keynote photo screenshows. Each Keynote has been exported to QuickTime. These I have copied and moved into iTunes on the Mac and then on to my iPad Air 2. From there the screenshows can be viewed via our Apple TV. I may have mentioned this to you before. However, what I would like to do now is to send my son a copy of each of the QuickTime files, probably sending a link to the filename, with a password via email. The files (6) are saved to iCloud.

My son has the same equipment/software etc. setup at his home in Australia (I am in the UK). I did manage to send him one file which was just a test, but now cannot remember the sequence of events!!!!! I do remember that I installed Keynote on my iPad Air 2 also and may have used that as part of the process. Can you help me please? Val.

I am using Yosemite and the latest versions of, Keynote and QuickTime
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Valerie Irani

Comments: One Response to “How To Share QuickTime Videos?”

    3/18/16 @ 3:15 pm

    There are lots of ways to do it. You could use the Share menu from Keynote to share the original keynote with him. Not sure of the exact options that are available on old Yosemite, though.
    If you want to share the exported video instead, you could do it through Photos and sharing via iCloud as well.
    YouTube is another option. You could share a private video with him that way.
    Lots of other sharing options available in both Keynote and the QuickTime Player app. Just use the one that works best for you.

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