Digital multimedia

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Wiley, 2004 - Computers - 679 pages
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Designed as the foundation text in multimedia, this book covers basic principles of each media type - text, graphics, audio, animation and video - describing their digitization and progressing onto issues that arise when media are combined; interaction provided by scripting and multimedia distributed over networks - principally the web.
This edition completely updates content to address the XHTML standard and to add appropriate weight to XML content. There will be a web/Flash emphasis and proper coverage of MPEG4 and DVD in line with current technology trends.
* New edition of a best-selling resource - now in FULL COLOUR throughout
* Covers the basic principles of each media type-- text, graphics, audio, animation, and video
* Updated content addresses the XHTML standard and adds appropriate weight to XML coverage
* Includes a Web/Flash emphasis and thorough coverage of MPEG4 and DVD in line with current technology trends

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Contents

Contents
Introduction 1
Enabling Technologies 31
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Nigel Chapman is a writer and technical consultant, for MacAvon Media Productions, Highlands, Scotland.

Jenny Chapman is an artist-filmmaker, at the Edinburgh College of Art and MacAvon Media Productions, Highlands, Scotland.