has released KeyWeb 1.0, a US$10 tool for turning Keynote presentations into Web slideshows.
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Apple’s KeyNote — introduced during January’s Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco — generates PDF or MOV files that can be placed onto Web pages. But PDF files can be very big and lack “some nice drop shadows,” Samarin said. QuickTime movies can be very small, but have an audience “limited” to Mac and Windows users, he added. For these reasons, he created KeyWebX.
The utility takes a PDF or QuickTime file generated with Keynote, “slices” it into separate JPEG images, and creates simple HTML pages for browsing them. You have the option of disabling HTML generation and using PSD as output format without images quality loss.
KeyWebX requires KeyNote and Mac OS X 10.2.3 or later.