It is intended to provide the basic knowledge to identify the application areas and technologies that support multimedia applications.
Students should be able to identify the basic principles and the technical aspects involved in multimedia contente development.
Students will be able to know the theory and gain practical skills to explore the information various types capabilities: text, images, audio and video.
1. Multimedia Introduction
2. Multimedia project
5. Digital Imaging
5. Digital audio
6. Digital video
Lectures: explanation of Multimedia related concepts
Classroom practices: development of small projects. Three elements groups.
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