Multimedia and CD-ROMs for Dummies
Guiding the user through multimedia components by explaining what equipment they need, how to install it, and how to make everything work together, this book covers practically everything you need to know about CD-ROMs. It gives details on sound cards, CD-ROMs and video capture cards--and even covers things like hooking up a stereo or TV and making video presentations.
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Making Custom Setups
The Multiple Parts of Multimedia
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16-bit card Audio button cable camcorder card's CD-ROM drive Chapter chip choose codec colors compact disc compress computer's display double-click Edit example floppy FM synthesis format game machines grab graphics hard drive home stereo icon inside your computer installed internal CD-ROM drive jack joystick jumper Kodak Photo CD lets look Media Player megabytes memory menu microphone Microsoft MIDI MIDI file monitor mouse MPEG multimedia computer multimedia programs music CD NTSC on-screen option packaged Photo CD play back plug record sounds resolution S-video screen screw SCSI SCSI port shown in Figure slide songs Sound Blaster sound card Sound Recorder speakers stuff sure switch synthesizer TV set upgrade VESA Local Bus VidCap VidEdit video capture cards video card Video for Windows video modes wavetable Windows 3.1 Windows 95 word