Need some help from all you video gurus.
For my grandma's 80th birthday, I created a slideshow in Keynote. Everybody loved it (hooray Mac!) and wants a copy, so I tried exporting the slideshow as a movie.
But Keynote exports the slideshow into 2 files - the movie and the audio track, both in .mov format. I'd like to be able to combine the 2 into a single file.
Also, the final output should be in MPEG format so that my relatives can view it in Windows Media Player without having to download and install Quicktime. Yes, I know.. I tried to enlighten them, but it would be easier teaching an old dog new tricks than to teach my very unsavvy relatives.
So, what's the best way to combine the 2 Keynote .mov files into a single MPEG (or other WMP-friendly) format? I tried using iMovie, but even using the MPEG codec will export the file with an .mov extension.
Your help is much appreciated as I'm a noob with video. Thanks!