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Edit ch 6 project

  1. 1. Chapter 6: Learningwith Still and Motion Graphics Tools
  2. 2. BMP GIF Bit Mapped Graphics Interchange Format F MPG Moving Picture Experts Group JPGJoint Photographic Expert Group Word Art
  3. 3. Types of Graphics2 Types: *Bit-mapped: -Made of Pixels (dots make up image) -Size of pixels limits sharpness of drawing -Size, style, typing errors difficult to edit & changebecause must turn pixels on and off individually, or eraselarge segments (color). *Vector: - Don’t pixelate - Programs: adobe illustrator, canvas, all programs,“draw”. - Easily combined & edited because individual objectscombined 7 can edit shape, size, and position. - Don’t get fuzzy when make them big - Gradient fills: three dimensional
  4. 4. Tools of PaintActivity
  5. 5. Clip ArtPros Cons• Time Efficient • Kills Creativity• Easy to use • Allows for duplicates• Connected to between students internet, therefore there • Involves Copyright is a variety • Limited amount of• Easily accessible options• Many programs offer Clip Art
  6. 6. File FormatsMPEG • Videos are reduced as much as 95% in size but are able to maintain almost television like qualityJPG, JPEG, • Joint Photographic Experts GroupJPE • Best quality of images • Displays as MILLIONS of colours • Standard for displaying images on the web • AWESOMEGIF • Graphics Interchange Format • Fast transfer all over the internet • Ideal for websites as they do not take up a lot of spaceBMP • Bit-Mapped • Suitable for drawings • Only displays in a maximum of 32 colours • What you find in basic paint programs • YUCK
  7. 7. Design of Instructional MaterialWe need to think of our target audience and what willappeal to them.“ Graphics , when used properly, support key points,draw the readers attention, and add interest to apresentation. Improperly used graphics can be irritatingand distracting.” pg.191Guidelines For Preparing Line Illustrations• Present one topic or main idea per illustration• Use thick (bold) lines• Keep the use of text to a minimum and use bold style
  8. 8. File Formats Key points to remember: Tools of PaintText book

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