Apple just launched new tools in Keynote to make presentations more engaging.
You now have the ability to show a live camera view of the presenter directly in slides. And multi-presenter control makes the app more collaborative.
With the option to use the front-facing camera on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, users can now add live video directly to presentations. This allows a presenter to appear alongside the content in their slide. That works for lectures, how-to videos and remote presentations through video conferencing apps.
User can resize video objects and style them with masks, frames, drop shadows and reflections. They can connect multiple external cameras to enhance the live-video experience. They can even show the screen of a connected iPhone or iPad right on a slide for live, interactive demos.
A new multi-presenter option lets various people control a shared slideshow from their iPhone, iPad or Mac. Whether they are in the same room or presenting remotely, multiple users can take turns advancing slides in a group presentation.
Here is a hands on tutorial on how it works