Digital Multimedia by Nigel Chapman

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A new edition of the bestselling book that covers the basic principles of digital multimedia Digital multimedia combines text, graphics, video, animation, sound, and other components and presents endless options and potential for computer users. This new edition of a perennial bestseller serves as an ideal foundation to the basic principles of each media type and describes their digitization and the possibilities that exist when different media elements are combined. Offering completely revised and rewritten material, the book features an emphasis on Web/Flash and provides in-depth coverage of MPEG4 and DVD in accordance with current trends. Offers a clear, easy-to-understand introduction to digital multimedia and examines the elements that comprise it, including text, graphics, video, animation, sound, and more Walks you through the fundamentals and basic principles of digital multimedia Looks at vector graphics, bitmapped images, hypermedia, interactivity, accessbility, and scripting Explores the possibilities that exist when various media are combined With this new edition by your side, you'll quickly discover how to make the most of every aspect of digital multimedia!
 

About Nigel Chapman

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Nigel Chapman, Writer and technical consultant, MacAvon Media Productions, Highlands, Scotland Jenny Chapman, Artist-filmmaker, Edinburgh College of Art and MacAvon Media Productions, Highlands, Scotland
 
Published May 23, 2000 by Wiley. 582 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference.

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