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I would keep working with it. Maybe start over. It looks like you just need to get the hang of it. The one piece of advice I have is that if the 3 minute video is divided into different things (30 secs, then audio-only, then 20 secs) then I would chop that into 3 different videos and put them on 3 different slides.
Hi, I truly hope you can help me!
I am trying to import a quicktime movie into Keynote. The movie is about 3 minutes. The first 30 secs has video plus audio; the middle section is all audio and the last 20 secs is video plus audio. The middle section follows the slides I created on Keynote. To resolve the issue of hearing 2 audio tracks, I turned down the volume on the videos which worked but my lips are slightly out of sync. A few other issues came up: 1. When I started to play with transitions, I would lose some text or images 2. My video in the 1st section stopped playing too soon. 3. Some of the slides are now blank when I play it even though the images and text are still there.
Perhaps there is a simpler way for me to accomplish what I am trying to do...use some life video footage combined with slides and an audio track?