Screencast Secrets of Keynote - Part 1 Electives

  • Gregg Pollack
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  1. Dave Haynes said

    What are you using to record this screencast?

  2. Dave Haynes said

    I guess I should have waited until 13:45. :-)

  3. Americo Savinon said

    Great video Gregg. Looking forward for Part 2

  4. Jon Abrams said

    The right-angle corner box is fancier than the rounded corner box is fancier? We have come full circle! :D

  5. Mark Flavin said

    Great podcast Greg! One note if you uncheck the box under export>pdf that says "print each stage of builds" you will get each slide as it looks in the final view. Loved the curved arrow effect, btw.

  6. devosvictor said

    Haha :D "Just cause i want to be fancy! " :p

  7. Brian Kelly said

    Thanks for posting this, Gregg. For some reason I always assumed you were using some special software for generating the screencasts. It's inspiring to know it's all done with Keynote. I might just have to take a stab at putting together a screencast for CodeSchool...

  8. Robert Lee-Cann said

    You can also use the "Copy as RTF" TextMate bundle to copy/paste highlighted code into Keynote (

  9. Jay McGavren said

    @leeky Just tried Copy As RTF - awesome! Over hundreds of copies, that's going to save a lot of time. Thanks for the link!

  10. Tish Kiatlottiavi said

    Very useful! Thanks.

  11. shunwen said

    Now I know how to copy colored code from the editor instead of screenshot, thanks for the secret!

  12. sadfuzzy said

    Resources are not available :(

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    Gregg Pollack said

    SadFuzzy .. thanks for the head up, I've fixed the resource.

  14. guntarion said

    Greg is simply super awesome! He is like doing magic with Keynote :-) Can't wait for the second part.

  15. cutenemo said

    I love Keynote :) Great Tips

  16. Brian Busche said

    There doesn't seem to be a "Join the Team - Learn More" link anymore. Where did this go?

  17. Brian Busche said

    Is there a similar package for Sublime Text 2 users, for exporting color-coded copy our to HTML?

  18. Brian Busche said

    nvm, I found the framework link. Its on the first tab, duh.

  19. Brian Busche said

    Found the Sublime Text 2 equivalent for copy and paste formatted code:

    So I guess I answered both my questions :)

  20. said

    Thank you for this tutorial. I just downloaded keynote on my new mac book and I really like it.

About This Screencast

At some point in your technical career you'll need to create a presentation with code in it. In part 1 of this series Gregg Pollack will walk you through some of the basics of making engaging programming slides.

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