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. Click File > Export to > Images once you have fin­ished design­ing all of your title slides.

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

  4. Type in the Save as a title for the slides. This will be the name of the fold­er con­tain­ing all the new slide images. Try sav­ing files to the Desktop so that can be eas­i­ly found after sav­ing, and 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 that has 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.