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  • 1. Multimedia Applications Lecture PlanClass: 2009 Semester: 7thCourse Code: CS403 Course Name: Multimedia ApplicationsLecturer Name: Razia Nisar Noorani Tutorial/Consultation Time: Monday(9 to 4pm)Contact E-mail: Course Website: Books:Multimedia making it work, by Tay Vaughan, fifth editionCourse Objectives:Multimedia Applications is giving students advanced experience in using multimedia to merge text andgraphics, as well as in editing and dubbing video and sound. Applied principles are used to analyze andorganize information, set up a design structure, and produce special visual expressions. Students will beable to develop an interactive multimedia presentation with academic core integration.Software used: Photoshop CS2, Photoshop Image ready, Dreamweaver, Flash MXGrading Policy:A 4 80 and above ExcellentB 3 65-79 GoodC 2 50-64 PassF 0 Less then 50 FailI - - Incomplete (For Thesis)S - - Approved (If Thesis is Satisfactory)U - - Not Approved (If Thesis is Unsatisfactory)W - - Withdrawn from the course Week wise Lecturer Plan
  • 2. Week 1 Introduction of Multimedia, History, Terminologies and Applications of multimedia, hypertext and hypermedia, Characteristics of multimedia, Challenges for Multimedia SystemsWeek 2 The key issues of multimedia systems, Desirable Features for a Multimedia System, Components of a Multimedia System Applications of multimedia, Trends in Multimedia, Multimedia Technologies.Week3 Multimedia Data Representations, fonts production and word processing tools/ software methods etcWeek 4 History of Text, Importance of Text ,The power of Meaning, Uses of text in Multimedia application , Fonts and Faces, Categorization of Typefaces, Font Editing & Design Tools, Using Text in MultimediaWeek 5 3D and 2D Animation/ Computerized animation Vs CEL Animation (Manual Animation Techniques)Week 6 Multimedia Authoring Tools (Icon based, Time-based, Card-based and page based).Week 7 Qualities of Sound, Analogue and digital sound file types, Digitization (Sampling) of analogue sound, Sound wave editing techniques (Quantization, clipping, etc)Week 8 Multimedia Data Representations (Digital Audio), Application of Digital Audio, Adding sound to a multimedia project, sound sources, destination, Digitization of Sound, Digital Sampling, Sample Rates and Bit Size, sound channels, mono, stereo. MID TERM EXAMINATIONWeek 9 Images Types (black and White, Mono, gray scale, color), Still images types, bitmap, vector,etc Image file types (Jpeg, BMP, GIFF, etc), Compressed and Uncompressed Images, Compression types.Week 10 GraphicsWeek 11 Video Types-Analog, digital, video codec’s. Compression and Decompression techniques/SoftwareWeek 12 2D/3D Drawing and RenderingWeek 13 Video Broadcasting standards- NTSC, PAL, SECAM, HDTV, etc,
  • 3. Differences between computer and Television Video.Week 14 Multimedia on the internet, HTML, XML, animated gif’s, PNG etc (Animation for the web) MIME types.Week 15 Storage Media, High performance I/O, Optical Storage, CD Storage, CD-DA, CD-I, CD StandardsWeek 16 Multimedia Project Design Concepts