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
    11 months ago

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

    Louise Kienast
    11 months 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
    11 months 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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