DIRECTOR 4. Visual quikstart guide for Macintosh

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Peachpit Press, 1995 - Computers - 235 pages
Interacting with a good multimedia program can be really fun--but how do all the elements of a multimedia program get glued together? Through the use of authoring software such as Director, which allows the user to orchestrate text, graphics, animation, video, sound effects, and music. Now all of Director's core features are explained in this QuickStart guide.

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About the author (1995)

Andre Persidsky wrote four previous editions of the "Director QuickStart Guide," and co-authored "Ray Dream Studio 5: Visual QuickStart Guide for Windows and Macintosh." A writer and product designer, he contributes articles to several computer magazines. Mark Schaeffer has more than 20 years experience as a producer of educational and training materials in print, video, and computer-based media. He has created interactive demos for Apple and Compaq, and video animation for educational publishers such as Houghton Mifflin and McGraw-Hill. He has taught Director, Flash, Photoshop and Premiere at the Center for Electronic Arts, Golden Gate University, the University of San Francisco, and San Francisco State University.

In a previous life, Helmut Kobler used to design and direct award-winning video games for Windows PCs and the Sony Playstation. He is now an indie filmmaker and technology writer living in Los Angeles. He runs K2 Films, a small film production company that makes one independent film at a time, often with a strong internet element that lets the public participate in the making of the film.

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