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I created a presentation in PowerPoint, exported it to a movie, converted it to MP4 and imported into iMovie in the hopes of getting it to YouTube.  iMovie cut off the top and bottom 20% of the video.

I then bought Keynote... recreated the show, exported to QuickTime, imported into iMovie and it did the exact same thing.

Is there a way to get a slide show converted to a youtube video?
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Thanks for the tip!
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