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Explaine the use of communication technologies in multimedia services.

Asked by lucky, 28 Apr '09 06:38 pm
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Basic multimedia communication technology tends to cover a range of multimedia devices, such as sound cards and graphic cards that allow users to create visual presentations that output sound and /or images. Multimedia generally means the combination of two or more continuous media. The two media are normally audio and video, sound plus moving pictures. For example the digital camera may be used externally to the PC, and allows the user to record images. When connecting the camera to the computer, using a cord, images will be formatted and printed. Various computers have sound cards stored within them, this allows output of sound from speakers through the use of CD's, and other formats that may have music attached to it. Sound cards allow individuals to listen to music played or stored on their computer.

Whereas Communications technology refers to the transmission of data from one computer to another from one device to another. Computer systems refer to an entire working computer. ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 29 Apr '09 01:57 am

 
  
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