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Audio Visual definition: An Audio Visual is a sequence of still photographs with accompanying audio built around a storyline ortheme. An effective sequence will have unity of these elements – the storyline, the visuals, and theaudio. These elements should reinforce each other, such that any one without the others would beinadequate. The sequence should have an introduction, an interesting development of the storyline anda close. Narrative, text and graphics may be used. The Audio Visual medium is very flexible and artisticexpression within it can take many forms. It is much more than images to music.Rules for Audio Visual Entries:
1. The photographs and production must be the original work of the entrant(s). Any computer
assisted editing including narration must be performed by the author(s) or at the specific direction
of the author.
2. All credits for music or text which are not the original work of the entrant must be declared at the
end of the sequence but not include the entrant’s name or any other information which would
identify the entrant.
3. The maximum resolution is HD video 1920x1080 pixels. If a different crop ratio is used then the
horizontal axis may not have more than 1920 pixels and the vertical axis may not have more than
4. The duration of any AV may not be more than 5 minutes.
5. The AV should be ‘saved’ as one of the following file types: .mp4, .mov, .avi. The preferred
standard is .mp4. Self-executable files (e.g. .exe and .app files) are not acceptable.
6. The AV file should be named with the title and grade.
Chasing the Wind-N.mp4 (if a Novice Grade Entry)
Chasing the Wind-A.mp4 (if an Advanced Grade Entry)
Chasing the Wind-S.mp4 (if a Salon Grade entry)
The filename must not include the author’s name!
7. The AV file(s) must be saved on a USB memory stick and given to the Competitions Secretary in an