Absolute beginner's guide to multimedia, Volume 1
This step-by-step, full-color tutorial is aimed at users with little or no computer experience or multimedia knowledge. They learn how to get the most from their system, solve problems quickly, and choose the correct software.-- Explains computer terms and concepts by using analogies to common, everyday products and situations-- CD-ROM contains fun videos, images, demos, sound and bonus software packages
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Absolute beginner's guide to multimediaUser Review - Book Verdict
Wodaski takes a colorful and highly entertaining approach to multimedia in his Absolute Beginner's Guide to Multimedia. A CD-ROM with megabytes of Windows applications helps you explore multimedia as well. The first part of the book tells you what you'll need to make multimedia work on your desktop. With your computer all set up, the second part introduces you to different kinds of applications, with an abundance of color illustrations to tantalize you. If you run into problems, Wodaski gives you tips on straightening out your difficulties with a tweak here and a batch file there. Absolute Beginner's Guide to Multimedia is not for those looking to create a multimedia package. Instead, it's written for those ready to upgrade their Windows-based computer to use multimedia products already available fully to take advantage of their features.