Multimedia with QuickTime: A Practical Guide to Creating Applications
Learn how to create your own QuickTime applications through the practical guidelines in this book. The whole development process from assessing the suitability of information for a multimedia presentation to the various distribution methods are covered in detail. All of QuickTime's features are thoroughly explained and used within many of the examples.
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Before You Get Started
Planning and Designing
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