The CD-ROM Handbook

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Chris Sherman
Intertext Publications, 1994 - Computers - 579 pages
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Utilizing the vast storage capacity and cost-effectiveness of Compact Disc Read-Only Memory (CD-ROM) is easy, thanks to this handy, all-in-one reference. Updated from the highly respected first edition, this second edition presents the latest information and implementation techniques in CD-ROM related hardware and software, as well as multimedia technologies like DVI. Now readers can master CD-ROM's exciting feature that combines-and allows simultaneous access to-conventional data, audio, computer graphics, and video images. Targeted to software developers, applications programmers, producers of multimedia products, and imaging professions, this edition clearly and succintly explains what CD-ROM is, how it works, and how to use it effectively.

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Contents

Past Present
3
A Historical Perspective of CDROM
17
Current CDROM Applications
51
Copyright

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Sherman is a nationally-known expert on food and wine.

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