The CD-I design handbook
The Philips CD-1 Series is an authoritative guide to CD-1 technology for the growing number of designers, producers, and programmers developing products for this exciting multimedia platform. Written for designers with a technical background but no knowledge of CD-1, this book provides detailed, practical coverage of CD-1 design.
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The potential of CDI
Designing for interaction
The interactive interface
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ADPCM anti-aliasing audience audio back plane bandwidth budget buttons CD-DA CD-I design CD-I development CD-I disc CD-I player CD-I production CD-I programme CD-I system CD-I titles channels Chapter choice Chroma key Compact Disc compatibility mode compression creative cursor design analysis design process design team detailed design device disc space display DYUV image encoded ensure example Figure flowchart font format front plane full-motion video gramme graphics hotspot HyperCard hypermedia icons important input interactive design interactive media interactive television interface Interleaving involved kilobytes look manager or producer material medium megabyte menu mono moving multimedia NTSC NVRAM options partial-screen Picture planes pixels played player's memory programme design programme idea project manager prototype remote control Run-length encoding safe area sample module script selected sequence sound quality soundmap stage stereo stored storyboard structure subscreens technical technique trackball tracks types viewer