January 14th, 2016 by Smile Harney
We all know that Keynote is a presentation software app developed as a part of the iWork productivity suite by Apple Inc. Keynote only accepts any QuickTime or iTunes file type, including MOV, MPEG-4, MP3, AAC, which well explain why we can't directly embed or insert AVI to Keynote. To solve this problem, you need this ideal tool-iDealshare VideoGo, which will firstly converting AVI to MOV or MPEG-4 without quality loss, and then trim or cut the video clip to suite the size requirements of Keynote. Finally, you can successfully pull the AVI file into the presentation. This converter allows you to embed AVI to Keynote on your iPad, any Mac computers, iPhones, and other Mac devices. .
In addition, you don't need to worry about the codec of your AVI files, as iDealshare VideoGo can transcode AVI with any codec to Keynote, which may become a hard task for some poor-quality converter.
Here is a step-by-step guide telling you how to deal with AVI to Keynote issue with this app. You can firstly click the Free Trial to see if it is workable. The affordable price won't hinder you when you decide to buy it.
Please follow the step-by-step guide on converting AVI to Keynote with high efficiency and no loss of quality.
Drag and drop the AVI video file into this interface, or simply click "Add File" to import the AVI file. When there are more than one AVI clips, iDealshare VideoGo can help you with batch conversion.
Click the "Profile", and then choose MOV or MPEG-4 from the "General Video" drop-down button.
Tips: When the AVI is too large for Keynote, click the "Effect" button and switch to "Trim" panel to make it smaller. You can also edit the AVI files here.
Click the BIG ROUND button at the right bottom side, then the AVI to Keynote conversion will complete very soon. After converted, the AVI files can be embedded successfully to Keynote.
The functions of this app are infinite. With it, you can convert any video or audio format to Keynote like AVCHD, WMV, ASF, FLAC, DV, MKV, VOB, AIFF, FLAC, AC3, WAV, WMA, etc. The videos can come from any sources like camcorders, websites, email, and so on.