Embeded videos in keynote don't play when exported as a quicktime movie

I have a keynote presentation with videos in it. I want to export it as a QuickTime movie but when I do the videos do not play. What do I need to do to resolve this?

Exactly the same issue for me. Went to Snow Leopard and now the videos won't play in Iphoto. Software update is up to date, tried to manually install Quicktime again but it won't let me as it's already on the HD. Tried to delete it and try again but it doesn't seem to be working. Some help would be appreciated.

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