Like many of us, maybe you’re also having trouble exporting your keynote to DVD while preserving the original quality. Luckily, with a professional and easy to use Keynote to DVD burner: Wondershare Filmroa for Mac(Originally Wondershare Video Editor for Mac), you have no more to fear. It enables you to import keynote export title.mov and title_soundtrack .mov files together and create DVD in one click. The best part is it also helps to adjust the sound volumn, pitch, image brightness, contrast, resolution, frame rate to achieve the best effect you want. If there is any need of adding some effects, animations, transitions to further touch up your keynote. Just go for it. Below will show how to use this program to burn keynote to DVD step by step. Please read on.
Preparation: Download Keynote to DVD burner free trial:
1 Import your Keynote files
From Keynote, go to File->Save As, and then export your keynote presentation as QuickTime Movie. After that, run Keynote to DVD Creator and drag and drop your keynote title.mov and title_soundtrack .mov directly into the program window.
After that, drag your title.mov to the video Timeline, and the title_soundtrack .mov to the audio timeline. Now, you can double click the video files to watch on the previewing window.
2 Edit Keynote files with ease (optional)
This Keynote to DVD burner also provides handy editing tools to enhance your keynote files. For example, basic edits like trim, crop, rotate, adjust brightness, contrast, etc. If it's necessary to change the position of the audio file to watch with your video perfectly, just drag right or left to achieve it at ease.
By the way, you can also add some transitions, animations, intro/credits, speical effects to make it to the next level. To get started, just click button "Transition", and then drag your favorite template to the track over to apply.
3Start Keynote to DVD burning
Now Insert a blank disk to your DVD drive, and click "Export", you'll see a drop-down list: "Creating Video", "Exporting to Device", "Uploading to You Tube" and "Burning to DVD". Choose the last option, and then choose from DVD disc, DVDMedia, ISO and DVD Folder to output your videos.
View below video guide on how to burn Keynote to DVD step by step: