Designing Web Animation
New Riders Pub., 1996 - Computers - 310 pages
As animation becomes more prevalent on the Web, those sites featuring simple static text will quickly become lost in the shuffle. Designing Web Animation is a tutorial designed to walk you step by step through different techniques for creating Web animation - many of which require little or no programming. Each section covers an animation technique that can be used to enhance any Web site and is written by an expert in that area. Whether you want to spice up your Web page with simple animation or create a spectacular page that truly comes alive, Designing Web Animation will help you leave boring, mundane Web pages behind.
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Table of Contents
Principles of Animation in a Nutshell 3
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AIFF anima animation frames animation programs authoring tool background bitmap browser cast member CD-ROM client codec Compile compression computer animation designed dialog box digital audio digital video Director disk display document Edit editor Egor EMBED enables example extension Fast-Start Figure file format graphics helper application HotDog image map interactive interface Internet Explorer Java animation Java applets JPEG key frames layers Lingo commands loop Macintosh MacPPC Macromedia Macromedia Director menu MIDI MovieStar MPEG multimedia Netscape Navigator Netscape Plug-Ins Options palette param name parameter Photoshop PICT PICT files pixels Platforms play back playback QTVR QuickTime authoring QuickTime movie QuickTime Plug-In QuickTime VR RealAudio recording Sausage Software screen script sequence server server-push Shockwave movie sound files specification sprite streaming technique tion transparent users Windows 3.1 Windows 95 Windows NT Xtras