Authorware: An Introduction to Multimedia

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Computers - 347 pages
This introductory text guides readers through the essentials of Authorware-a state-of-the-art multimedia authoring tool used to develop games, simulations, presentations, drills, and tutorials. Adopting a user-friendly, tutorial approach, Hooper leads users step-by-step through the authoring process, integrating frequent checkpoints that assess readers' on-going comprehension.* NEW - Features new sections dealing with multimedia development issues such as bit-depth, color capabilities, data rates for CD-ROM use, and file size management. * NEW - Offers 32 new QuickTime videos that describe, illustrate, and model multimedia development with Authorware. * NEW - Incorporates new graphics throughout the text to reflect major interface changes in Authorware 4.0. * NEW - Explores new concepts and updates/expands topics throughout the text. * NEW - Includes a totally new chapter that examines erasing features that exist within different icons. * Takes a multidimensional approach to learning, integrating various resources - including the text, an accompanying CD-ROM, and a dedicated website - to teach, illustrate, and supplement the learning experience. * Builds on the belief that readers

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Contents

GETTING STARTED
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CREATING DISPLAYS
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CREATING PRESENTATIONS
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Copyright

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