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Even easier: Make an Album of the photos you want to use in the Slideshow, and base it on that. This has a couple of advantages: It simply references the photos in the Events, and uses no ezra disk space, while keeping your Events intact You can sort the photos manually, into any order you like, which you can't do with Events. To make a new Album: select ...


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In Leopard and above, select the files you want in the Finder and press the spacebar to invoke QuickLook. You can then use the arrow keys to cycle through them. If you click the full-screen icon in the upper right-hand corner, QuickLook displays a slideshow. In Tiger, there is a "Slideshow" option in the context menu in the Finder. In Panther and earlier, ...


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The H.264 codec that the QuickTime format uses is a part of MPEG-4. To get the best results, tweak the options for MPEG4. Go File-> Export-> Slideshow-> Custom Export-> Movie to MPEG-4-> Options... Below is a screen cap of the options I recommend for you. You can adjust the resolution and bitrate depending on the quality you want (higher numbers = higher ...


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My understanding is that this is due to the fact that the slide transition takes a certain amount of time - the 15 seconds is the total time the slide is undistrubed on the screen and it allows a certain amount of time for the changover - the way to check this is to set the timing to '0' and see what happens :)


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Select a picture or group of images from the desktop, then use the following: Option+Spacebar to launch image(s) into the full-screen slideshow mode Spacebar to pause/play the image slideshow Left Arrow to go back, Right Arrow to go forward Gesture with two-fingers left to go forward, two-finger gesture right to go back Option to view smaller images at ...


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I don't know of any tools that convert from markdown to Keynote or Powerpoint. If it is a simple presentation, that just consists of slides and bullet points, you can import it into Keynote by first converting it to an unordered list, with slide titles at the top level, e.g., - First Slide - Point 1 - Point 2 - Second Slide - Point 1 ...


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Your friend could set up a Keynote presentation on the iPad. The Keynote presentation can then be remote controlled from the second iPad with Keynote Remote: Keynote Remote lets you control a Keynote presentation on your Mac, iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch from another iPhone or iPod touch in the room. While you present, view your current slide and ...


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Have you taken a look at Slideshow Remote? http://www.slideshowremote.com/ This is a well-regarded app (with both free and pro versions) that can remotely control PowerPoint on a PC and allow you to view and edit the presenter's notes.


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The built in slideshow would work to set the order of photos to random if you've already classified the photos into an album. Just set the delay to a while and remember to re-choose the album to re-seed the randomness if you choose to repeat the selection. If you need to classify photos on the go, you can use the iPhoto app to import / sort / add / remove ...


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As more or less already answered in the question you linked to, you can get the effect you want by selecting the first file, pressing Space to open Quick Look and use the cursor key to jump to the next one selecting all the relevant files (pictures) and pressing Space to enter Quick Look selecting all the relevant files (pictures) and pressing ⌘+O ...


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While iPhoto may work for some, it doesn't come bundled with every Mac and it's not free. It also relies on a library. The quickest, cheapest (free) and easiest way to view/slideshow a folder and its subfolders is using Sequential. Just drag it to your Applications folder, run it once so it shows up on your Open with menu, right click on a folder, choose ...


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iMovie has the "Ken Burns" effect (the actual name in the application!), designed specifically to do slow panning across images that dissolve into others, etc. It's very flexible and quite powerful. iDVD is definitely not what you want. If nothing else, it hasn't actually been updated in years, and both iPhoto and iMovie significantly outshine it.


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Nope, not at all. iPhoto has great slideshow capabilities. Lots of examples on YouTube. No need to involve DVDs; or slow, aging software like iDVD.



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