How multimedia works

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Ziff-Davis Press, 1994 - Computers - 198 pages
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With stunning graphics and lucid text, video expert Erik Holsinger reveals the fascinating technologies and amazing techniques that are used to create special effects such as 3-D animation, morphing, and much more.

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Erik Holsinger is a writer, editor, and producer with extensive multimedia design experience. He has written over 100 articles for publications like "CNET," "MacWEEK," "PC World," "Digital Video," "Millimeter," and "Digital Magic," and has been an editor at Publish, New Media, and MacWEEK. He is the author of "The MacWeek Guide to Desktop Video," "How Music and Computers Work," and "How Multimedia Works.

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