[PlanetCCRMA] doing a presentation?

Juan Reyes juanig@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed Jul 21 07:36:02 2004

Hi Oded,

I do all my presentations with a laptop using RH-9 and FC-1. My laptop
has a dedicated output for video monitors which I can switch from the
keyboard and have the three option namely, only the laptop LCD screen,
the video monitor or both. I think most laptops provide this feature

I think it is pretty reliable, I even used it in real-time concert
situations also projecting with a video screen.

The only thing I purposely avoid is importing power-point presentations
into OpenOffice. In fact I avoid doing presentations with power-point I
use plain vanilla HTML or Latex2html.

Good luck !

  --* Juan

On Tue, 2004-07-20 at 08:34, Oded Ben-Tal wrote:
> I'm planning to present my work next week, and was hoping to get some 
> advice about using planetccrma.
> 1) how easy/difficult is it to get RH9 talking with the projection 
> equipment? 
> 1a) is it possible to check if its working at home without the projector 
> somehow?
> 2) how relieble this is?
> 3) how good/bad is using open-office presentation application
> 4) any other simple better application?
> I'm running planetCCRMA on an IBM thinkpad running RH9.
> Thanks
> Oded Ben-Tal
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