Introduction to Multimedia Systems

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Academic Press, 2002 - Electronic books - 207 pages
Introduction to Multimedia Systems is designed to be a general introduction to the broad field of multimedia... more specifically digital interactive multimedia. The editors have included topics such as the principles of "multiple" and "media," including sound, two-dimensional and three-dimensional graphics, animation, and text. All of these elements are stitched together by the programmer, or multimedia designer, based on the conceptualization of the designer. In order to take full advantage of the potential for a wide array of multimedia applications it is important to ha
 

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Contents

Prelude to Multimedia
1
Chapter 1 Overview of Multimedia Systems
3
Prelude to Audio
11
Chapter 2 The Nature of Sound
13
Chapter 3 0Introduction to Digital Audio
21
Chapter 4 Audio Editing
31
Chapter 5 Music and Speech
39
From CD to the Web
51
Chapter 10File Formats and Web Graphics
85
Chapter 11 Layers and Filters
93
Chapter 12 Process of Animation
103
Chapter 13 Video
113
Chapter 14 3D Graphics
127
Chapter 15 Text in Multimedia and the Internet
137
Chapter 16 Art and Design
161
Chapter 17 Cognitive User Interfaces
171

Chapter 7 The WAV File Format
55
Chapter 8 The Paint Shop Pro Interface
63
Chapter 9 Colors
73
Chapter 18 Authoring Multimedia in Visual Basic
191
Index
205
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