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iWork.com beta adds Keynote animations, presentation embedding

Users of Apple's iWork.com public beta received an email this morning with an "important service message" about new features and enhancements to the service. In the email, Apple notes that it's now possible to play back Keynote '09 presentations on the Web with videos and animations. Over 15 animat...

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Slideshare.net supports upload of Keynote '09 files

Apple's marquee presentation tool may make it easy to look professional when it comes to showing off in front of an in-person audience, but when it comes to sharing those killer decks online the choices have been limited; Keynote's package-based file format made uploading and decoding pretty challen...

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TUAW Tip: Video playback through Keynote transitions

You can create some wonderful visual effects with Keynote '09; good enough, in some cases, to make experienced After Effects artists say "You did that in Keynote?!," which is always very satisfying. Despite Keynote's power for presentations, there are a few things that it doesn't do natively -- play...

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Spiffy animated charts with Keynote

Ivan at the great Creative Bits has posted a nice tutorial on creating animated charts in Keynote. It's a simple process really, making use of the build feature of the Inspector. You've got to love Keynote. Even a person who dislikes slide shows (like me) can enjoy putting one together. If you're a...

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Non-Apple iPhone Keynote controllers

One of the coolest features of the just announced Keynote '09 is the corresponding $0.99 iPhone / iPod touch controller application (iTunes link) which allows you to advance slides, see your notes, and even see your next slide on your mobile device's screen so long as it's connected to the same wifi...

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