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Review: Jumsoft Keynote Series (pt1)

If you are a user of Apple’s iWorks Keynote program for producing lectures, then you know it is an excellent program with thirty-six basic themes. (I have to admit I still call them slideshows and always seem first to think of 35mm slides and a Kodak slide projector rather than my laptop computer and a video projector) Each theme includes backgrounds and templates for text and images for easy layout. The finished shows can be exported into QuickTime, PowerPoint, PDF, Images, Flash, HTML and iPod versions.

But there is always room to expand the offerings for backgrounds, text, images, templates and animations to provide even more variety to choose from.  There are a number of companies that supply additional material to use in Keynote, and one of those companies with an excellent selection is Jumsoft.com. Of the twenty programs or modules that they offer, some seven of them are applicable to Keynote. Keynote Quartet FX is a package deal of four of the seven modules.

In keeping with the spirit of the products, here are interactive slideshows reviewing Keynote Themes 7, Keynote Photos 2, and Keynote Stills 3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Dr. Michael N. Roach

Dr. Michael N. Roach is a retired Professor of Art from Stephen F. Austin State University. His 33 year teaching career spans the silver to digital age. His images have been shown throughout the American South, Russia, Ireland and France; some of them are in the permanent collection of the Combes Gallery at The American University of Paris in France. An avid Mac Computer advocate he teaches workshops on digital imaging and courses in Adobe Photoshop as well as digital printing for the Fine Arts.

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