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Discussion in 'iPod' started by starnox, Dec 30, 2005.
Apple better release an iPod version of the keynote in january. That would be so cool
Well seeing as there are many programs which allow you to put slideshows on your ipod there is no need.
Apple never releases their keynotes for download. It's always just streaming video.
i am confused.
are you saying that apple should allow ipod users to download their the MWSF keynote video onto their ipod?
or they should release a firmware update for the ipod so it can play back keynote files?
Hmm.. but last keynote they didn't have videos available for download through iTMS..
that'd be nifty, but probably won't happen.
yea, i think that the op is refering to having videos available to get via itms that you can put onto your 5G ipod....however, since we're on the subject...how do you play keynote2 files on your ipod, if you can?
I don't use Keynote, but I think they files can be exported as a movie, right?
You can directly export from Keynote to a Quicktime movie, but the iPod does not support the sprite track which means that you cannot advance one slide at a time by clicking the scrollwheel or button. IOW - the keynote presentation will play straight through.
Though it loses all transitions, I prefer to export each slide as a JPEG, then import them into their own iPhoto folder. From there, I just go into the photo menu of the iPod and present away. That way, I can easily control when each slide comes up.
Yeah I meant the MWSF. I Managed to download last years macworld off bittorrent. So I might do the same again this year and use QT Pro to convert it to an ipod compatible video.
If you find a way, please post on MR.
I think for promotional reasons alone they should offer it internaitonally on ITMS within a few days of the event. Prefereably free but 99cents US would be good.
So basically what we need is a Keynote export option to >Keynote to iPod.
Apple has to make a PDA derivative of the iPod. Keynote to iPod, not laptop or remote necessary. Of course, after wireless video technology gets to the iPod.
maybe mactv will hook us up
Has anyone managed to get this on their ipod? I haven't.