6th March 2017 – Roger Mallison and “ The making of an Audio-Visual display”

Roger opened the evening by taking photographs of club members preparing for this much anticipated evening. He also shot a short video of members sat together in the audience. Roger then proceeded to give a series of short but gripping lessons on how to prepare these images for inclusion in an Audio-Visual display using the wildly available software PicturesToExe.


Roger covered every aspect of the process. He also gave us very clear and concise advice about the laws relating to audio copyright.



The audio for this evening of AV preparation came from none other than our very own Club Secretary Clive Rushton.



It was wonderful to be able to see and enjoy the finished product. Roger started the evening with nothing, but ended it with an A-V that we were all part of. Members thoroughly enjoyed being part of this unique A-V creation.Roger’s experience, calm patience and humor took away much of the mystery surrounding the creation of an audio-visual presentation to a professional standard. He clearly inspired many members to have a go at producing their own audio-visual presentations.

The evening closed with one of Roger’s personal audio-visual presentations, the hugely entertaining and very funny A-V – ‘The Street’.

Visit http://www.wnsoft.com/en/picturestoexe/help/ for more tutorials and guides to picturesToExe.

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