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Glad you found a solution. I should mention that the reason the MP4s aren't working for you guys is because the preferred Mac codec for MP4 is the (superior) h.264 rather than the (older) h.263 specified in the manual.

Along with the programs I previously mentioned, the magnificent and free MPEG Streamclip will pretty easily convert your clips to XviD and AVI, both of which that projector will handle. All you'd do is open the clips in the program, select "Save as MP4" or "Save as AVI" and choose "XviD" from the radio button on the customization pane (no other customization should be necessary).
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