Check out MacMost Now 932: Using Audio In Keynote at YouTube for closed captioning and more options.
MacMost Now 932: Using Audio In Keynote
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Haven't looked into that yet. Try it and tell us.
Gary, I have been using Keynote for our weekly announcements at my church for a few years now. My MacBook is an input to our video and audio system. I use a music soundtrack that plays (looping) throughout the presentation and individual soundtracks on each slide for the various announcements. You have to balance the sound levels so the soundtrack doesn't overpower the announcement but it works out great. Your site is great and helped a lot when I converted to a Mac. Thanks I've learned so much.
Gary, I just installed Keynote '13, and it seems I've lost the ability to control the inserted audio clips once the slideshow starts. I can insert an action to start/stop the clip, but I can no longer pause/unpause the clip as in Keynote '09. Have you been able to get the audio controls to show in Keynote '13? Video controls display, but not audio. The issue exists even when using my Mac remote control.
Keynote 5 is a whole new app. I'm not surprised that this May have changed.
I highly recommend the video provided by MacMost and Gary. His instructions are very quick and concise. Extremely helpful to me.
Will the new Keynotes allow me to carry an individual sound from one slide to another?