Did this solve your problem? Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. Please clarify I don't understand why anything about Full Screen View would be "limiting the ability to present things" as it is an editing mode rather than a presentation mode. The esc key does switch from Full Screen View to Normal View but that doesn't necessarily resize the window so it often isn't apparent. If you're still having a problem please try to provide a more exact description of the issue. When i am in Slide Show View, the problem is that after i click through a few slides, the screen will hang. Once it hangs, it will lag a lot between slides.
Then it will permanently hang until i hit escape or command - tab out of slide show view. Another key factor can be whether the Mac recently has been restarted. Does the problem occur after a fresh startup? Is the behavior similar regardless of the presentation file? Or does it vary from one file to another? In the problem presentations always misbehave at the same points each time they're run? Or is it a random occurrence? Can you narrow it down to any specific animation effects, transitions, or other commonalities?
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Tell us about your experience with our site. WarrenAng Created on December 24, The movie icon, which looks similar to the symbol on the play button of a VCR or DVD player, appears above the trigger bar. Click the Effect tab, and then under Start Playing , click From time , and then enter the total number of seconds for the delay. When you set a movie to rewind, it automatically goes back to the first frame and stops after playing once.
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Set the timing and speed of a transition. Play a video in the click sequence, automatically, or when clicked Important: Play a video automatically or when clicked Tip: In Normal view, click the video frame on the slide.
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Specify how you want your video to start during your presentation Under Video Tools , on the Playback tab, in the Video Options group, in the Start list, do one of the following: Play a video full screen You can play a video so that it fills the entire slide screen when you deliver your presentation. Resize a video If you don't want to play a movie full screen, you can resize it to the dimensions that you want.
In Normal view, select the video that you want to resize. Do one of the following: To adjust the formatting: Click a corner sizing handle until you see a two-headed arrow, and then drag to size the frame. Preview a video In Normal view, click the video frame.
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Click Play. Set the volume of a video Under Video Tools , on the Playback tab, in the Video Options group, click Volume , and then choose one of the following: Low Medium High Mute Tip: Hide a video when not playing While delivering your presentation, you can hide your video until you are ready to play it. Loop a video To play your video repeatedly and continuously during your presentation, you can use the loop feature. Rewind a video after playing To rewind your video after playing during your presentation, do the following: Show the media controls To show the media controls during your presentation, do the following: Resize a movie If you don't want to play a movie full screen, you can resize it to the dimensions that you want.
In Normal view, click the movie that you want to resize. Hide a movie frame You may want to make a movie frame invisible to keep it from appearing during the presentation, and make it disappear from the slide after the presentation. In Normal view, click the movie frame on the slide.
Delay the start of a movie You can adjust the settings for when a movie file plays. Rewind a movie after it plays When you set a movie to rewind, it automatically goes back to the first frame and stops after playing once. Expand your Office skills. Get new features first.
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Was this information helpful? Jan 23, 8: Jan 25, 7: Yup, 'Scale' is your solution here. The only problem is that if you are starting with the video anywhere but exactly centred on the slide, when you scale it up, it will fall off the screen somewhere. If the video is over to the side, or up at the top of the slide, you will need to use the 'Move' build to get it into the right spot so it can fill the screen - you can do the Move and Scale simultaneously over seconds, which makes the effect look nice and clean.
Then when the video is finished, you can Scale it back down to it's initial size, applying the reverse of the Move animation if required. Overall, a lovely effect, which give a nice 'evening news' look to the quality of your presentation. Jul 22, 9: If you want to fix a slideshow you already worked on, open up the Inspector window and under the 'Document Inspector' tab, go under the 'Document' tab and you'll see a drop down menu for Slide Size.
Jul 23, 2: You misunderstand what the original question asks, it was to find a way to add an effect to a video. Changing the slide size has nothing to do with creating an effect. Altering the slide size will change the predetermined presentation size, change the resolution, change the format for the existing presentation and change the positioning of all existing objets.
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Oct 22, 2: Nov 17, 2: But if I have more than one video on the same slide when i make it expand it doesn't go over the other elements, so it's really troublesome to have to insert another slide just with the video, link to it and back Does anyone have another sollution? Nov 17, 4: I have more than one video on the same slide when i make it expand it doesn't go over the other elements,.
You have not set the layering correctly; right click on that video on the slide and select Bring to Front.
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I didn't mean to attack Keynote, which I love. It was a frustration rant because including an option 'play video full screen' on the video formatting doesn't seem so complicated to me, and would've avoided me a lot of trouble. I can obviously bring that 1 video to front, but when i set the animation to expand any of the other videos on 'layers' 2, 3 and 4, the videos on the upper layers will always be in front of the one playing Can that be done on a single slide?
The problem placing videos in different windows is that the presso will now have to include navigation buttons to change slides, and this is something I would like to avoid.
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