After adding the voiceover to a 50-minute Keynote presentation, I exported it to QuickTime, but.......the audio is missing from the final product. In searching online, I ran a MacWorld forum that suggested tweaking the Inspector > Document setting to Automatically play upon open. As soon as I toggled that, everything fell apart-the slides went to a fast bang-bang-bang transition rather than follow the true speed Id manually used to match the voice over portion. (Thankfully, I worked from a copy of the original presentation, so all is not lost.) Dumped the copy, then made a second copy from the correct original in Keynote. Next, I followed a second suggestion to adjust the Export to > Quicktime settings, including Set to fixed timing with a zero value in each of the two fields, but Keynote wont allow zero values in either one. Im now trying to export to iDVD as I type this, but am holding out little hope, feeling Ive missed something..... It took three passes to get the voice over perfect for this-between the five hours of build out, three hours of recording time, and two 2+ hour attempts at saving to QuickTime, Im at my wits end. Dumping the voice over to record a fourth time makes me want to sob, given how dead-on-right the Keynote audio is now. Anyone have a secret trick for exporting this to QuickTime so the audio stays put and in sync as originally intended? Thanks in advance!