Multimedia: Making It Work

Multimedia: Making It Work

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Produce stunning multimedia that takes full advantage of the latest Web technologies with help from this revised and updated edition of Tay Vaughan's best-seller. You'll get details on everything from conceptualizing and financing your project, through the final stages of design, production, and testing. The bonus CD-ROM is packed with multimedia tools and trial versions of industry-standard software.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 536 pages
  • 185 x 231 x 34mm | 1,107g
  • MCGRAW-HILL Professional
  • United States
  • English
  • 5th edition
  • 400 illustrations, index
  • 0072190957
  • 9780072190953

Table of contents

Part I: Introduction 1 What Is Multimedia? 2 Introduction to Making Multimedia 3 Multimedia Skills Part II: Multimedia Hardware and Software 4 Macintosh and Windows Production Platforms 5 Basic Software Tools 6 Making Instant Multimedia 7 Multimedia Authoring Tools Part III: Multimedia Building Blocks 8 Text 9 Sound 10 Images 11 Animation 12 Video Part IV: Multimedia and the Internet 13 The Internet and How It Works 14 Tools for the World Wide Web 15 Designing for the World Wide Web Part V: Assembling and Delivering a Project 16 Planning and Costing 17 Designing and Producing 18 Content and Talent 19 Delivering
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About Tay Vaughan

Tay Vaughan (Appleton, ME), a recognized authority and pioneer in the area of multimedia, is president of Timestream, Inc., a cross-platform, multi-format CD-ROM design and development company. His clients include Apple, Lotus, Microsoft, Novell, and Sun. He was one of the founders of the Computer Press Association and has written numerous articles on multimedia-related topics.
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