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.
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.