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Graves Multimedia/Presentation Vocabulary

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Two or more of the following: text, graphics, sound, speech, video, and computer software to convey information. Multimedia
Using a computer to produce high-quality printed documents like newsletters, posters, and brochures. Desktop Publishing
Converting “ink on paper” documents like letters, reports, or photographs into a digital form (pixels) that computers can understand. Digitizing
The smallest unit of a picture on a computer screen. Pixel
A measure of how sharp and clear the image will be when scanned, printed, or shown on a screen. DPI (dots per inch)
A picture like a poster that presents one idea or compares several, but is projected. Slide
A pictures that is placed behind the information on the slide. Background
Elements like text or pictures can be or made to move around the slide through this. Animation
Visual effects in between slides, to make going from one idea to another have a smooth flow or a sharp break. Transitions
A small portion of video footage (possibly with audio included) Video Clip
Part of all web pages, is a system for writing and displaying text that can link documents together in multiple ways. Hypertext
An item placed on web pages that can be programmed to allow users to click to go to other web pages or download files. Button
An image that is usually meant either for decoration or to be clicked on. Web Animation
An artificial environment created using computers and presented to the computer user in a way that makes it appear and feel like a real environment, often in 3D--three dimensions. Virtual Reality
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