Video & Photo editing

The library has the software you need to edit your photos and videos.

Macs are located in the Adult, Teen, and Children’s departments, which have iMovie and Photo apps.

The Digitization Station and Teen Room PCs have Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements software.

Digitization Station

Do you have boxes of old photos and videos? Don’t let them get left behind! The Digitization Station can help preserve, organize, and share your memories.

Located in the Copy Center on the 1st Floor, this computer station has:

  • A DVD/VCR to convert old home movies
  • A record/cassette player to convert old audio recordings
  • A floppy disk drive to access old computer files
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements and GIMP to edit images
  • Adobe Premiere Elements to edit video
  • Audacity to edit audio
  • Microsoft Office for documents

Reserve your spot ahead of time at Reference Desk or call 860-673-9712, ext. 4.


For users with their own laptop computers, WiFi access is available at all locations throughout the library and outside in the courtyard and parking lot.

Most standard wireless devices will connect automatically to the wireless network, but if you have any questions about changing settings, ask for help at the Reference Desk.

Log in to WiFi

  1. Choose the WiFi connection, “Avon Public Wireless”
  2. Open an internet browser and go to the address,
  3. Sign in with your library card number. If you don’t have your library card, you can get a guest pass from any of the Library service desks.

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Public Computers

Public computers are available in the adult, teen, and children areas.

Both PCs and Macs are available.

All computers have access to library catalogs, high speed Internet, online research databases, and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher).

Documents should be saved to flash drive, external disk, or the cloud.

Printing is available at $.15 per page for black & white, $.50 per page for color.

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