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Keynote Training Course : Notting Hill
Wed. 24 May 2017, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm AEST
Dynamic and Cinematic Presentations
3 hour of Professional Training.
A comprehensive overview of all the features of Keynote with participants creating a presentation using cinematic effects. The course will cover all aspects of making a stunning cinematic keynote presentations that will blow any powerpoint offerings off the stage. From preparing and importing logos, spreadsheets, photos, audio & video, to strategies for dynamic presentations.
- Using Themes
- Text Boxes & Formatting
- Building Animation
- Advanced Build Settings
- Document Settings
- Slide Settings & Backgrounds
- Supported File Formats
- Importing Images, Audio & Video
- Image editing & Enhancement
- Creating Graphics within Keynote
- Shapes, Tables & 3D Charts
- Slide Transitions
- Magic Move
- Actions - Keyframe Animation
- Presenter Options
- Working with PowerPoint
- Exporting to other formats
- Working with the iPad
Who should attend
Novices, AV Technicians, Presenters, Salespeople, Teachers & iBook Authors.
An basic understanding of computer operating systems and file management, along with a appreciation of multimedia principles.
For this course we have found participants prefer to bring their own laptops. Please advise if you require a laptop. We provide refreshments, lunch as well as PDF notes. Class sizes are limited.
Information about our venues including parking & transport map be viewed here.
We will send you a reminder prior to the course, please view our cancellation policy which can be viewed here. Please note there are late cancellation fees: within 72 hours a 50% fee and within 24 hours no refund.
Anton O’Callaghan, Be Ed, Dip Interactive Media, Cert IV TAA. Adobe ACA: Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash. Anton is a qualified teacher and trainer, with Adobe ACA Certification and over 15 years of experience. He has worked in the fields of video production, animation, web development and rich interactive media, incorporating both the Apple and Adobe software suites.