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    • WHAT IS MULTIMEDIA?• Multimedia is a combination of text, graphics, sound, animation, and videos to effectively communicate the ideas to users.
    • TYPES OF MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION• Linear Multimedia- linear active progresses without any navigation control for the viewer.• Non- linear Multimedia- non linear content offers user interactivity to control progress as used with a computer game or used in self- paced computer based training. Non- linear content is also known as hypermedia content.
    • LINEAR MULTIMEDIA• The users sit back and watches the presentation.• The presentation normally plays from the start to end or even loops continually to present the information.• A movie is common type of linear multimedia.
    • NON-LINEAR MULTIMEDIA• The user control the delivery of elements to control the what and when.• Advantage: complex domain of information can be presented.• Disadvantage: users might lost in the massive “information highway”.• Useful for: information archive (encyclopedia), education, training and entertainment.
    • FEATURES OF MULTIMEDIA• Multimedia games and simulations• May be used in a physical environment with special effects, with multiple users in an online network, or locally with an offline computer game system or simulator.
    • APPLICATION OF MULTIMEDIA• Creative industries• Commercial• Entertainment and fine arts• Engineering• Mathematical and scientific research• Medicine• Multimedia in public places• Education