It sounds like the presentation might be too big for Keynote. I know that a lot of my work spreadsheets won't open in Numbers iPad. One other option, depending on how it looks/works, might be to export the presentation as a quicktime video (on the Mac), the import it & run it on the iPad video app. Or try one of the other export options. You can do it as HTML, PPT, or iPod (I don't know what that one is). One of those options might work for you.
Another option might be breaking it up into multiple keynote files (if the client can use it that way). Or maybe try an alternate presentation software package on the iPad. I'm really not familiar with any other than Keynote, but maybe there is something that can handle larger files.
Sorry I couldn't be more help. Hopefully someone else comes along that knows more about iPad Keynote. Good luck & let us know if you find any workable solutions.
thank guys. i ended up reducing all the video files and also making sure they were all .MOV, some of them were .mpeg and the iPad can;t read .mpeg. That ended up working and getting the file down to about 500mb and I was able to get it on to the ipad.
Now I'm just wondering how to get the audio to play through the projector?
Thanks for the help.
Definitely no expert on this, but I think that if you are using an HDMI connector to connect the iPad to the projector, it will carry the sound. If not, you are using any other adapter, you need to use a seperate cable to carry sound from the headphone jack on the iPad to the sound input connectors on the projector. If the projectors use regular RCA inputs, they sell an adapter that plugs into both. I got one really cheap on ebay that works fine.