[QUOTE=platinumsword;2502656]Is there a reason that you must use iMovie?
What are you using as your source to play on the big screens?
Assuming that you are using a laptop.
Why don’t you install VLC player for the Mac OS, Burn the mp4 files to a Dvd as data. Use VLC player to play the mp4 files for ya. No conversion necessary. You could also use a USB stick.
Assuming a Dvd player.
Does the Dvd player support dvix and avi files or is it a standard dvd player?
Another software program to consider
I need to meet with the tech guy who will be running our videos to see what he has and how it will work. I am assuming that either DVD player or computer doesn’t matter as I will be running iDVD to create the DVD which will play on either. I could just drop each file into iDVD however I needed to create space between each video or slides between each video. I cannot do this just by dropping into iDVD. plus I didn’t want the audience to see the main iDVD page where you select what video to watch. After talking with the tech guy I may be able to maneuver around that. iMovie just doesn’t seem to be working right… is there a way to reinstall or run a test to see if its running correctly? Basically like a PC does where in the control section you can “repair” the program…