Multimedia & CD-ROMs for dummies
Bestselling author Andy Rathbone combines his knowledge of computers, music, MIDI, games, Windows and OS/2 as he explains what multimedia is and what it can do for you. Rathbone covers how to choose, install, and use CD-ROM drives; setting up a simple MIDI studio; how to make a movie on your PC; plus ten cheap ways to try out multimedia.
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The Multiple Parts of Multimedia
The Computer That Holds Everything Together
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