Extreme Video Special Effects Using Keynote

Instead of creating graphics in Keynote and overlaying them in iMovie, you can bring video into Keynote and overlay multiple special effects, then export a new version of the clip. You can even animate the video itself.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Extreme Video Special Effects Using Keynote”

    Kelly
    2 weeks ago

    WOW! I didn’t know this was possible. Thanks for education. Can’t wait to try it.

    Louise Kienast
    2 weeks ago

    Thanks again! I had just finished a video created in Camtasia and realized I could improve it by using the extreme video special effects using Keynote. I not only used Keynote, but iMovie. There are several things that are easier done in both Keynote and iMovie like adding in a special effect (Keynote) or reversing a video or speeding up an animation (iMovie).

    Alex Santos
    2 weeks ago

    This is one of the most interesting keynote exposés that I’ve watched. Usually people address the topic of keynote as a sidekick to other movie editors like Final Cut — using Keynote to simple create some animation which then see the light of day as an import into a video editor but this take the whole concept and flips it in reverse. The approach here is really interesting.

    I should mention that you can even copy directly from Adobe illustrator and paste directly into Keynote. Cheers!

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