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Losing resolution between Keynote & iMovie

Oct 17, 2011
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I have created a Keynote presentation with soundtrack, but when I convert it to iMovie in order to share it with people, the photos are very fuzzy, especially when I tell it to go fullscreen. I've checked the resolution of the photos (720 x 540) and it appears to match the photos in my iPhoto application, but it looks awful when converted to movie, losing color vibrancy as well as sharpness.

Is this normal? What am I doing wrong? (This is my first attempt at this, if you couldn't tell)

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