Action Amiga: Computer Graphics Animation and Video Production Manual
This manual provides easy to follow, step-by-step instruction in the use of various graphic, animation and video production software for the Commodore Amiga personal computer. The manual assumes that the user knows nothing about computers so each step and its consequences are explained completely from turning on the computer to saving a disk and printing the screen image. Many excellent programs have been designed for the Amiga which are compatible with each other sharing the IFF format. They may be used to create art by computer without prior computer experience or any knowledge of programming. This manual introduces some of these programs and present applications for their use. In addition various hardware peripherals are described which allow multi-media and video production. The book should be used with the various programs operating as their own illustrations on the monitor screen. The final chapter is a gallery of computer generated images.
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32 colors AEGIS ANIMATOR AEGIS IMAGES AIRBRUSH background color BRUSH MENU brush POINT BRUSH SELECTION camera CANCEL central processing unit choice circle click the left Command Line Interpreter COPY corner create CYCLE COLORS CYCLE DRAW depress the left digitized DISK drive DISPLAY dpaint dragging drawer EDIT EFFECTS MENU Electronic Arts FAST MENU FILL FONTS FRAME GENLOCK GRAPHICRAFT GRID ICON CONTROL PANEL KEYBOARD command KICKSTART left mouse button LO-RES LOAD MAGNIFY marker MENU BAR MENU heading MONITOR screen move the cursor moving the mouse NAME OBJECT Okidata PAINT PALETTE paint programs PAINT SET PALETTE window PATTERN pixels place the cursor POINT pointer POLYGON PROJECT menu put the cursor rectangle release the right renamed requester window RETURN key Right AMIGA right mouse button ROTATE SCENE SCRIPT screen image SHAPE OPTIONS slider SLIDESHOW storage DISK sub-menu switch SYMMETRY tool TRACK TWEEN UNDO WORKBENCH