The way multimedia works
With the help of hundreds of illustrations, this book clearly explains what multimedia is and how it works; how to purchase and set up the best multimedia PC for your needs - or how to upgrade your existing PC; what you can do - and learn - with multimedia software, including a sampling of multimedia titles; how to create your own simple multimedia projects, either for your own amusement or for business presentations; and tips, shortcuts, and friendly advice from the WYSIWYG (pronounced "wizzy-wig") Wizard point the way to trouble-free multimedia computing!
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What Is a Multimedia
The Role of System Software 46 Monitors and Display 64 Adding Sounds to Documents
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audio bitmap images brochure button CD-ROM disc CD-ROM drive choose click on OK color depth Compression connector copy create destination document device driver dialog box disk drive display adapter card double-click drive bay Edit menu electronic file format File menu floppy disk frames graphics hard disk hardware hotspots HSC Interactive icon image file insert install instrument interface card media control interface Media Player microphone Microsoft MIDI file MIDI Mapper MIDI sequencer MS-DOS multimedia PC multimedia presentation multimedia titles opening screen option PC's picture pixel play plug resolution ROM drive Santo Dorado scan scanners SCSI Setup sound card sound files Sound Recorder speakers stereo stored SVGA synthesizer Topic Editor track upgrade utility video capture card video clips Video for Windows video RAM video sequence Viewer Wave box waveform files