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I am trying to share a Keynote presentation to an MOV file with the correct settings that work for uploading the video to Vimeo. I have tried making recommended adjustment to frame rate, data rate, resolution, using the H.264 codec but have not been successful at finding a combination that vimeo will accept.

Anybody with experience and success exporting keynote to video for uploading to vimeo?
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I think they're looking for an MP4 file, not MOV.
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Vimeo definitely uses MOV files. I just found the tutorial on the Vimeo website.
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Okay, what are you getting in terms of error messages when they reject your video? Is the movie too large, are you perhaps using copyright music or some problem of that nature maybe?
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Misread OP's post...deleted my own...
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This document outlines preferred settings for compressing your video. I'm not a Keynote user but I'm willing to bet that it doesn't offer such granular control. Thus, you might have to fine tune it elsewhere.

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