Multimedia: Making It Work, Ninth Edition

Multimedia: Making It Work, Ninth Edition

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The Most Complete, Up-to-Date Multimedia Guide Thoroughly updated to cover the latest technologies, including mobile multimedia, this full-color resource prepares you for a successful multimedia career by teaching you the fundamental concepts and required skills. Multimedia: Making It Work, Ninth Edition explains how to integrate text, images, sound, animation, and video into compelling projects. Multimedia project planning, costs, design, production, talent acquisition, testing, and delivery are also discussed. Chapter-ending quizzes reinforce key concepts and hands-on lab projects allow you to apply your new skills. Learn how to: Master the essential elements of multimedia, including text, images, sound, animation, and video Incorporate bitmap, vector, and 3-D images Record and edit digital audio and use MIDI Create computer-generated animations Shoot and edit digital video Select the best hardware, software, and authoring tools for your project Determine the scope and cost of a multimedia project n Design, produce, and test your project Acquire the best content and talent for your budget Design dynamic Web content Create apps for mobile devices, including tablets, readers, and smartphones Deliver multimedia over the Internet, in an app store, and on CD-ROM and DVD Each chapter includes: Learning objectives Full-color illustrations and screenshots Helpful notes, tips, and warnings Chapter summaries and key term lists End-of-chapter quizzes and lab projects This book is intended for students enrolled in an instructor-led course and does not provide correct answers for the end-of-chapter quizzes or access to the instructor's resource materials. If you are an instructor, please contact your McGraw-Hill Education sales representative for details.From gardening, cooking, home design, remodeling, and repair to genealogy software (see Figure 1-2), multimedia has entered the home. ... or a set-top player that hooks up to the television, such as a Nintendo Wii, Microsoft Xbox, or Sony PlayStation machine. ... Users with TiVo technology ( can store 450 hours of high-definition television viewing and gaming on a stand-alone hard disk.

Title:Multimedia: Making It Work, Ninth Edition
Author:Tay Vaughan
Publisher:McGraw Hill Professional - 2014-05-30


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