The McGraw-Hill Multimedia Handbook

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Jessica Keyes
McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1994 - Computers - 25 pages
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Here is your chance to learn powerful new methods for integrating text, imagery, animation, sound, and video to convey information. This definitive handbook features contributions on the newest multimedia innovations from experts at IBM, Apple, Kodak, Intel, Hewlett-Packard, DEC, and other leading corporations.
You'll find up-to-the-minute discussions of multimedia specifications ... writable CDs ... virtual reality ... authoring multimedia ... and producing multimedia videos.
The McGraw-Hill Multimedia Handbook also covers the following: networking multimedia applications; designing a multimedia system; multimedia standards; managing multimedia information; multimedia on cable; the virtual classroom; legal issues in multimedia; how to produce your own CD-ROM; CD-I developers' source guide; animation, video, and sound; and much more.
In addition, this handbook includes an extensive Annotated Resource Guide.
Whether you're a multimedia user or a newcomer to the field, this essential reference tool will guide you step by step through all areas of the burgeoning multimedia industry, providing state-of-the-art information on the latest breakthroughs!

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Contents

Getting Started in Multimedia
1-3
Advanced Topics
1-6
Susan Kinnell UCSB Santa Barbara California Chap
1-14
Copyright

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Keyes, President of New Art Technologies, New York City, NY. She has a Master's degree from New York University where she did research in the area of artificial intelligence.

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