Update: I’ve got the answer!

Thanks to Jackie Huba for telling me about SnapzProX (Ambrosia Software for Mac). It’s the coolest little tool. It captures a Flash video from YouTube and coverts it to a .mov file. Which can then be uploaded into Keynote (and also PowerPoint).

Note: I’m becoming quite the pro with Keynote. As I get the hang of it, I like it a *lot more* than PowerPoint, which I basically loathe.

Thanks also to Stephan Spencer who directed me to Lifehack.org for an explanation of how to download a YouTube video. (I haven’t tried this yet.)

Sorry to be an idiot. I’m sure I’m missing something totally obvious. Below is one of the Chevy Tahoe spoof videos.

Two questions:

1. What’s the link to the YouTube Tahoe video I’m looking for? You know; the one where all the Tahoes go over the waterfall.

2. And even more pressing… How do I “embed” a YouTube video into a Keynote presentation.

If anyone can help me out with detailed instructions, I’ll send you a signed copy of my new book, The Corporate Blogging Book. And if that’s not enough of an incentive maybe you’ll just be feeling nice.