Xtravaganza!: The Essential Sourcebook for Macromedia Xtras

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Macromedia Press, 1998 - Computers - 1257 pages
Chapters of the book are organized by the Xtra function (such as Transition, Graphic Effects, Video and Sound, etc.). Each chapter begins with its own quick-reference table of contents that graphically shows the Xtras covered in the chapter, the Macromedia products to which they apply, the type of Xtra, and the platforms supported. Each chapter continues with an explanation of the nature and essential vocabulary for the data types and functions covered in the chapter, and then describes what Xtras are available, what they do, how to use them, and how to evaluate and buy them. It also offers in-depth case studies of Xtras in use. This is one resource multimedia developers and authors cant be without

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Chapter 1Fundamentals
Chapter 4Xtras
Chapter 2Xtras In Director

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About the author (1998)

Chuck Henderson has worked in the computer industry for over 18 years. He is a journalist and author who writes technical evaluations and tutorials for the Macromedia User Journal and New Media Magazine and has just completed the book 8 from Sybex. Chuck has extensive experience in commercial multimedia product development, geographic information and relational database systems, satellite image processing, and photo-realistic simulations.

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