Introduction to Multimedia Featuring Windows Applications
The book begins with a discussion of how multimedia data is generated, which clarifies why multimedia data is unique. It moves on to discuss the importance of data compression in the multimedia environment. Although this book provides up-to-date information about multimedia technology and applications, as well as extensive coverage of multimedia software, you won't be overwhelmed with technical details. Sufficient explanations are provided in special concepts chapters for a thorough understanding of all the technological components.
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