Daily Notes for Beginning Multimedia

(Electronic Media Production 1, Multimedia 1)


  1. What You Need for This Class
  2. Analog vs. Digital
  3. Bits and Bytes
  4. Counting in Binary
  5. Big Binary Numbers
  6. Storage Requirements for Text
  7. Pixels
  8. Still Image Storage
  9. Compressing Data
  10. Lossy vs. Non-Lossy Compression
  11. Non-Lossy Compression: RLE
  12. Lossy Compression: JPEG
  13. Anti-Aliasing
  14. Common Image Types
  15. JPEG Images
  16. GIF Images
  17. PNG Images
  18. TIFF Images
  19. PSD Images
  20. Palette Shift
  21. Additive vs. Subtractive Color
  22. Computer Color Models
  23. Images for Video
  24. Images for the Web
  25. Slideshow Programs
  26. Stand to the Left
  27. A Picture is Worth 1000 Words
  28. Slides Are Not for You
  29. Saving Images as GIFs
  30. Aspect Ratio
  31. Screen Resolutions
  32. CRTs and LCDs
  33. CRTs vs. LCDs
  34. Copyright
  35. Legal Use of Images
  36. Bytes for Sound
  37. Uncompressed Audio
  38. Audio Compression
  39. Lossy Audio
  40. Non-Lossy Audio
  41. MIDI
  42. Analog Audio Connectors
  43. Digital Audio Connectors
  44. USB Audio
  45. Audio Feedback
  46. Recording Level
  47. Backups
  48. Dots Per Inch
  49. Rules for Web Names
  50. Images Are Separate
  51. Save Parts Together
  52. Three-Click Rule
  53. Sound on Web Pages
  54. Thumbnails
  55. Two Kinds of Text
  56. Avoid Frames
  57. Anchors
  58. Hits
  59. No Scrolling
  60. Home Button
  61. Fast Pages
  62. Important Stuff at the Top
  63. Browsers Are Different
  64. Video Frame Rates
  65. Video Storage
  66. Video Compression
  67. MPEG
  68. Analog Video
  69. RGB Video
  70. S-video
  71. Composite Video
  72. How DVDs Work
  73. DVD Storage
  74. DVD Media
  75. Data vs. Music CDs
  76. Blank CD Color
  77. Raster vs. Vector