Create Custom Title Slides Using KeyNote - Organizer

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The image quality of your title slides will match the quality of your video. When using low quality video, you may notice the title slides are slightly blurred during playback.

  1. Create your title slide(s) in KeyNote.

    Be sure to set the slide size to match the aspect ratio of your video. Usually KeyNote slides are set to 4:3 by default, but the vast majority of video is 16:9. Click the Document tab, and then click Slide Size. Select Widescreen (16:9) to change the slide aspect ratio.

  2. Once you have finished designing all of your title slides, click File > Export to > Images.

  3. Select the slides you want. Make sure the Format is JPEG, and click Next.

  4. Type a title for the slides into the box next to Save As. This will be the name of the folder containing all the new slide images. For the location, try saving your file to the Desktop so that it can be found easily after you save it. Click Export.

  5. Open the image you'd like to add as a slide. (It should open by default in Preview.) You'll have a folder in the save location, with each slide as a separate image.

  6. Press Command + A (Select All) and then press Command + C (Copy).

  7. Click the New Row button in your movie organizer to add a new row.

  8. Drag the picture row to your desired location, then click Insert > Slide.

  9. Select the Picture instance.

  10. Press Command + V (Paste). The image or a portion of the image will appear in the square.