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MultimediaConceptMultimedia is thepresentation of information byusing a combination of text,audio, graphic, video andanima...
MultimediaelementTextAudioGraphicVideoAnimation
LINEAR INTERACTIVITYIn linear interactivity, the user interacts with the multimediaapplication without controlling the pro...
Linear interactivity Non-linearinteractivityLinear interactivity doesnot allow the user tocontrol the sequence ofthe multi...
COMPARISON BETWEEN WEB-BASED AND CD-BASEDWeb-based Criteria CD-based-Store lowresolution pictureand videoresolution-Store ...
HARDWARE that be used to produce multimedia
SOFTWARE that be used to produce multimedia-Notepad-Microsoft Word-OpenOffice.org write-KWordTEXT EDITOR-Adobe Photoshop-A...
VIDEO EDITORAUDIO EDITORANIMATION EDITOR-Adobe Premier-Sony Vegas-Adobe After Effects-Sound Forge7.0-Sound recorder-Wavpad...
TEXT BASED EDITORLess userfriendly(difficult touse)Difficult to insert aspecifictag(manually)Cannot visualizeagainWYSIWYG ...
PHASES IN MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTIONEVALUATIONPUBLISHINGTESTINGDESIGNANALYSISIMPLEMENTATION
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  1. 1. MultimediaConceptMultimedia is thepresentation of information byusing a combination of text,audio, graphic, video andanimation.
  2. 2. MultimediaelementTextAudioGraphicVideoAnimation
  3. 3. LINEAR INTERACTIVITYIn linear interactivity, the user interacts with the multimediaapplication without controlling the progress of the content. Inother words, the user is a passive receiver of the multimediacontent most of the time.NON-LINEAR INTERACTIVITYUnlike linear interactivity, non-linear interactivity allows the userto interact with the content according to what the user wantsfrom the content. In other words, it is a two-way communication.
  4. 4. Linear interactivity Non-linearinteractivityLinear interactivity doesnot allow the user tocontrol the sequence ofthe multimedia contentNon-linear interactivitylets the user control thesequence of themultimedia contentNot interactive Interactivei) Documentaryii) Movieiii) Video Clipi) Electronic bookii) Edutainmentsoftwareiii) ElectronicencyclopediaDIFFERENTIATION THE CHARACTERISTICBETWEEN LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR MULTIMEDIA
  5. 5. COMPARISON BETWEEN WEB-BASED AND CD-BASEDWeb-based Criteria CD-based-Store lowresolution pictureand videoresolution-Store highresolution pictureand video-Can be changed ordeleted byirresponsiblecontent -Can bepermanently storedand not changeable-Information formultimedia can beupdated easilyupdate -Information on amultimedia can dequickly outdated
  6. 6. HARDWARE that be used to produce multimedia
  7. 7. SOFTWARE that be used to produce multimedia-Notepad-Microsoft Word-OpenOffice.org write-KWordTEXT EDITOR-Adobe Photoshop-Adobe Illustrator-Jasc Paint Shop ProGRAPHIC AND IMAGEEDITOR
  8. 8. VIDEO EDITORAUDIO EDITORANIMATION EDITOR-Adobe Premier-Sony Vegas-Adobe After Effects-Sound Forge7.0-Sound recorder-Wavpad-Adobe Audition-Flash-Swish-Lightwave-3DStudio Max
  9. 9. TEXT BASED EDITORLess userfriendly(difficult touse)Difficult to insert aspecifictag(manually)Cannot visualizeagainWYSIWYG EDITORMoreuser friendly(easy touse)Easy to insert aspecifictag(automatically)Easy to insert aspecifictag(automatically)Easy to visualizeagain
  10. 10. PHASES IN MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTIONEVALUATIONPUBLISHINGTESTINGDESIGNANALYSISIMPLEMENTATION
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