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Multimedia

- Page 1 = Texts

 

- Page 2 = Audio

 

- Page 3 = Graphics

 

- Page 4 = Animation/Video

 

- Page 5 = Interactivity

 

- Page 6 = Last page

Contents

TEXT

Text Defenition: 

A meaningful string of characters – letters, numbers, symbols or

punctuation. Text should accent the main message as well as provide a body of information on each screen.

 

 

Audio:

Audio is digitalised sound consisting of waves that represent change in air pressure. Audio can be invaluable at the right time and can supplement information or substitute for other forms of information in a way that no other media can. Audio requires considerable processing power and download time. They should be carefully chosen because they cannot usually be added for interest alone. 

Firstly I cut the song down to about 10 seconds. Then I changed the speed of the song so the vocals were low. Then I changed the pitch so it was fast but still low.

AUDIO 

Morphing: 

Change smoothly from one image to another by small gradual steps using computer animation techniques.
 

Graphics:

A graphic is an image or visual representation of an object. Therefore, computer graphics are simply images displayed on a computer screen. Graphics are often contrasted with text, which is comprised of characters, such as numbers and letters, rather than images.

Graphics 

Animation/Video 

Animation:

A simulation of movement created by displaying a series of pictures, or frames. Cartoons on television is one example of animation.

 

Video:

Visual multimedia source that combines a sequence of images to form a moving picture. The video transmits a signal to a screen and processes the order in which the screen captures should be shown.

Interactivity

Interactivity:

Interactive multimedia is where any computer-delivered electronic system that allows the user to control, combine, and manipulate different types of media, such as text, sound, video, computer graphics, and animation.

Hyperlink:

hyperlink is a reference to data that the reader can directly follow either by clicking or by hovering. A hyperlink points to a whole document or to a specific element within a document.

Slide Transition:

Slide transitions are the animation-like effects that occur in Slide Show view when you move from one slide to the next during an on-screen presentation.