Introducing a new online course that will teach you how to transform Keynote for Mac into a robust, free animated video maker.
The results are in: We humans enjoy video content.
Like, a lot.
If you’re like most people, seeing those kinds of stats makes you giddy about the potential gains of producing more videos. After all, they could transform your business.
But then you remember the high costs and steep learning curves that come with most video tools.
If this sounds familiar, I’ve got good news. I’ve discovered a solution — an unconventional tool for making professional videos for free on a Mac: Keynote.
Allow me to elaborate…
Keynote as an animated video maker?
You don’t have to be some kind of expert Keynote ninja to create animated scenes like those in the video above.
Because Keynote offers 30 cinematic transition effects for objects and text, more than 700 customizable shapes, and tons of other useful features for making videos.
All this and you don’t even have to download new software or pay a subscription fee. You can make as many videos as you want for free, using a tool you may already be somewhat familiar with.
Learn how to make animated videos with Keynote
I’ve shared a couple of tutorials in the past to teach the basics of how to make animated videos with Keynote. But I’m thrilled to announce that I now offer a comprehensive online course.
Sign up, and you’ll learn how to animate objects (including overlay graphics, such as lower thirds), text, transitions, and so much more.
The course includes:
- 70+ minutes of on-demand training videos
- 4 follow-along exercises with template files
- 10 most popular royalty-free songs from Music for Makers ($190 value)
- Custom illustrated character made and editable in Keynote
- 17 blank social media templates set to best practice dimension ratios
- Unrestricted lifetime access
Once you finish the lessons, you’ll be a pro at using Keynote to make videos.
Sign up and start making awesome videos
Ready to get more mileage out of your bundled Mac software? Join my Keynote for Video course now at no risk. If you’re not satisfied, I offer a 100% money back guarantee.