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Lesson 5 Working with Multimedia

• Multimedia – combined forms of media (text, animation, audio, video)
• Programming languages (C++ and C) create operating systems and software applications
• .avi • Standard video files for Windows
• .mov .qt • Standard formats for QuickTime movies
• .mp4 • Standard format for movies on the
• .ogg • Video format designed for HTML5 video
• .webm • Royalty-free, open video and audio format designed for HTML5 video
• .au • Audio format used by UNIX servers
• .aiff • High-quality audio format developed by Apple Computer
• .mp3 • Format for compressing audio files that uses the MPEG-1 standard
• .ogg • Free alternative to MP3 format
• .wav • Native sound format for Windows
• .png • Free open-source file format that has become an Internet standard for graphics
• .gif • Bitmap format that uses lossless compression and supports various resolutions; limited to 256 colors; most effective for drawings or illustrations
• .jpg .jpeg .jfif • Format that supports 16 million colors; uses lossy compression; widely used for photographs and complex graphics
• .tif .tiff • Popular customizable format that supports grayscale, 8-bit and 24-bit color, and monochrome; commonly used for medical imaging and desktop publishing
• .ps • Format designed for printing on postscript printers
• .eps • Format used to import and export graphics files between operating systems and applications
• .txt • Plain (ASCII) text file; does not support formatting or images
• .pdf • Format that supports formatting and images that can be read on any computer regardless of operating system; requires Adobe Reader for viewing the documents
• .docx .doc • Formats for files created with Microsoft Word for Windows
• .odt • Format for files created with Open Office Writer
• .rtf • Supports images and formatting; compatible with many operating systems
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