1. Multimedia Technology
applies interactive computer elements
computer-based applications that allow people to
communicate ideas and information with digital
and print elements. Professionals in the field use
computer software to develop and manage online
graphics and content.
mathematical representation of any three-dimensional
surface of an object (either inanimate or living) via
specialized software. The product is called a 3D model. It
can be displayed as a two-dimensional image through a
process called 3D rendering or used in a computer
simulation of physical phenomena. The model can also be
physically created using 3D printing devices.
3D models represent a physical body using a
collection of points in 3D space, connected by
various geometric entities such as triangles,
lines, curved surfaces, etc. Being a collection of
data (points and other information), 3D models
can be created by hand, algorithmically
(procedural modeling), or scanned. Their
surfaces may be further defined with texture
3D models are widely used anywhere in 3D
graphics and CAD. Actually, their use predates the
widespread use of 3D graphics on personal
computers. Many computer games used prerendered images of 3D models as sprites before
computers could render them in real-time.
divided into two categories.
Almost all 3D
models can be
divided into two
combination of different content
forms such as text, audio, images,
animation, video and interactive
content. Multimedia contrasts with
media that use only rudimentary
computer displays such as text-only
or traditional forms of printed or
temporarily store information for transporting from
computer to computer. Such devices are not
permanently fixed inside a computer.
Advantages of external storage:
External storage devices provides
additional storage other than that available
Data can be transported easily from one
place to another.
It is useful to store software and data
that is not needed frequently.
External storage also works as data back
This back up may prove useful at times
such as fire or theft because important data
is not lost.
Windows Media Player
Open the program and start a new project by going to File > New Project.
Save your new project under any name you’d like, and choose a destination
for the project to save to. We recommend saving as often as possible while
working to avoid losing any editing progress–in the event the program or
operating system crashes or freezes.
Windows Movie Maker has three regions you use while editing your video. The top of
the program is the Ribbon and it’s where you’ll access the various editing tools such as
transitions, effects, captions, audio levels, and more. You’ll also add any video, photos,
or audio via the add tool located on the Ribbon and can quickly save your project with
the disk icon located there as well.
Below the Ribbon and to the left side of the program is the preview window. The
preview window is where you view the video playback of your project and can see
what the sequence would look like as a finished product. You can use the rewind, fast
forward, or play button in the preview window and can also toggle full screen view for
Adjusting audio levels
Removing transitions and effects
Adding a movie title
Publishing to social media sites
Saving the movie to your computer
Burning the movie to DVD on
Windows Media Player