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DCIII Unit 1

Intro to Multimedia

Animation software software that takes independent pictures or frames and puts them together to form the illusion of continuous motion
Apps short for application, but generally refers to mobile applications
Blog a web site that contains an online personal journal with reflections, comments and often hyperlinks provided by the writer
Cloud computing use of web services to perform functions that were traditionally performed with software on an individual computer; i.e. Flickr, Google Docs, etc.
Copyright law laws designed to protect intellectual property rights and to provide monetary rewards for inventiveness and hard work; protects works "fixed in any tangible form of expression"
Drawing software programs used to create vector graphics; can create images by drawing freehand or by using geometric shapes
DVD authoring software programs aimed primarily at converting videos, complete with titles and menus, into DVD movies that can be played on a DVD player
E-reader a handheld device for reading content such as books, newspapers, and documents; may also be used for other Internet content; one major advantage is the extremely long battery life
Fair use limits the rights of the author, allowing parts of a copyrighted work to be used without requesting permission. Such circumstances are limited to criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or r
File conversion software programs used to convert a file from one format to another; i.e. convert a wave file to an mp3
Image editing software programs designed to edit, manipulate, or modify digital photographs
Mobile device a portable electronic device which allows users to process, receive, and send data without the need to maintain a wired connection with the Internet
Online learning system any form of educational material which is readily available for distribution on the Web or privately over an internal network, such as Moodle, Blackboard, etc.
Painting software programs used to create bitmap images, useful in creating original art; uses brushes and pens to create images
Podcast a pre-recorded audio or video program that is posted to a website and is made available for download so people can listen or view them on personal computers or mobile devices. Some use the term vodcasting to refer to video
Podcasting software a collection of programs used to create, broadcast, and receive podcasts
Public domain property rights that belong to the community at large, are unprotected by copyright or patent, and are subject to use by anyone. This includes works created before 1922, created for public use, or those works that have over the years fallen into public do
Royalty-free prepared material that can be used legally without paying a fee each time the material is used
Shareware software that is available free of charge; may be distributed for evaluation with a fee requested for additional features or a manual
Social networking a website where one connects with those sharing personal or professional interests
Sound editing software programs used to record, edit and manipulate audio files
Video editing software programs used to capture, edit and manipulate video images, add effects, titles, and music to create studio-quality video
Web design software programs used to design and create single web pages and entire websites
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