[OS X TeX] Skim and the Apple Remote (slightly OT)
ari at caltech.edu
Sun May 18 06:04:13 CEST 2008
> Great, great! Do you need to edit your file with Keynote, after transferring
> it from LaTeX ? Can you prepare everything inside beamer ?
You can prepare everything inside Beamer. Then, when you have your
final PDF, just run PDFtoKeynote on it, and it converts it into a
Keynote presentation. From the web page:
PDF to Keynote converts PDF-based presentations (e.g., made using
LaTeX with Prosper, Beamer or foiltex) into Apple's Keynote format.
Once translated into Keynote format, every page of your original PDF
file becomes a PDF image, properly scaled and centered on its own
slide. Although intended for presentations, you can also use it to
create slides for the pages of regular documents.
Because each page of your original document becomes a PDF image, you
can't easily edit those pages except by adding new content over the
top to mask things out.
If you'd like, of course, it's possible to do some editing in Keynote
after you convert your PDF ... like adding pictures or movies, slide
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