So, I’ve got this friend who is a security geek at the local mega-sized institution of higher learning and such.Â …but that’s not the only reason she’s geek-cool.Â She also recently self-published this nifty looking book:Â http://tinyurl.com/oho4ml
Worth a look-see.
STEP 1: KEYNOTE
Create Keynote presentation @ 1280 x 720 resolution (this is the largest HD resolution AppleTV will play natively via iTunes sync)
Playback Uses: Manual Advance (will respect timing you specified for each slide and transition)
Enter full screen mode when opened: Yes
Formats: Full Quality, Large (you can check the custom settings, make sure movie exports at 24 frames per second!)
Audio: your call
Include transparency (watch for notification)
Video Compressor: H.264
Video Size: 1280 x 720
Frames per second: 24
STEP 2: QUICKTIME PRO
Open in QuickTime Pro (yes, QuickTime Pro)
View: Loop: Yes (set this tag to Yes or on! I believe this only works while the movie is playing)
STEP 3: iTUNES
Import file to iTunes
Sync file with or onto AppleTV
STEP 4: APPLE TV
Play looped Keynote presentation on AppleTV
QuickTime will actually retain slide information as chapters and allow you to jump between slides. Please note, AppleTV does not have this capability.
Spring has sprung! It’s almost summer! And I have a hankerin’ for Strawberry Lemonade. I know we went to Chatterbox last month, but I’m saying Chatterbox again simply because lemonade season is upon us.
- Geek Gather
- Tuesday 2009.05.12
- Chatterbox Cafe, Saint Paul, MN
Directions are here Google Maps if anyone needs them.