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There are a couple of AppleScripts / Automator Actions around that will extract the text from the Presenter notes, so that you can easily create a Pages/Word document to act as handouts. You can also export your slides as images to add to the pages/word doc. See: http://www.hyperorg.com/blogger/2010/07/07/extracting-speakers-notes-from-keynote/ An ...
The tool keynote-to-text gives a textual representation of a .key file. You can register it as the text converter for a Keynote file by adding to .gitconfig: [diff "keynote"] binary = true textconv = /PATH/TO/KEYNOTE/keynote-to-text And .gitattributes: *.key diff=keynote Then git diff provides useful output:
makeSlides is an iPad app that allows you to convert a markdown file to Powerpoint or Keynote.
One way to do this is to use ScreenSharing on your iPad to a device that accepts AirPlay and then capturing the screen remotely. I have answered a question on this scenario using a Mac with Quicktime and some other AirPlay software here, but I'm guessing you don't have a Mac. Luckily you can use the software (AirServer) on a PC, so you can airplay mirror ...
Realizing you have a Windows PC without Keynote, and assuming this is a one-time thing you don't need to repeat regularly, I would be happy to convert it for you free of charge if you'd like.
Keynote for iOS does not support this. Apparently Apple does not provide any mechanism for screen-recording (video) within iOS 7, and will not permit any third-party app that enables this. There have been some apps that can do screen recording on iOS 7, but they require jailbreaking the device, and are not authorized by Apple through the App Store. The ...
You could use a Mac to do the conversion: From Apple Support: With Keynote you can export your presentation to a number of file formats. Follow these steps to create a file that you can use in iMovie: Open your presentation in Keynote Choose File > Export. Select QuickTime as the file format. Select "Fixed Timing" for playback. Do not select the ...
The problem was fixed in Keynote v6.2. Update Keynote and it should work. (as mislav informed me in the comments)
go to Keynote > Preferences > under general Preferences make sure under Saving: "include Preview in document by default" and "copy auto and Movies into Document" is checked.
Most 'advanced' animations don't work in the exported HTML presentations from Keynote '09. This is a known limitation of the software and does not appear to be a bug1 since the animations are replaced with the Dissolve animation. Keynote 6 has much better HTML export using iCloud with support for most of the animations in the latest browsers. If ...
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