Mariana Fantich

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    Hi Dagmar,
    To change the name (particularly to remove the middle name) – it should be done university wide. To do so, students could talk to IT Support on 9898.
    All the best,


    Hi Dagmar,
    Sorry for delay and I will get back to you with answer very soon. Waiting for reply from myblog.arts administrator.
    All the best,


    Thank you! That was easy 🙂 Somehow it did not work for me to embed the video, did not seem to have that function in my Keynote or Powerpoint. But this worked and they downloaded straight away as mp4.

    Many thanks.


    To easy download youtube files to your computer (as in DMC) you should install to Firefox add-onn ‘Video Download Helper’:
    After downloading file ( files on youtube are in flash format .flv) you can convert them into movie format (.mov) using free software Mpegstreamclip:
    I am not sure what exactly you want to do within Keynote software. Do you wish to embed the movie downloaded from youtube into Keynote? Then perhaps to embed the link from you tube would work?

    All the best,


    I’m making a presentation and wondering how I can upload a youtube video on Keynote. I have been googleing it and nothing works.. But I remembered in DMC when I was downloading songs from youtube and there was a tap on the website or firefox to do that easily. Was that a firefox app or do you know what is the best way of how to do this ?

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