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MMST12005 Multimedia Development
Multimedia Development follows on from the skills
and theoretical concepts introduced in Multimedia Design. Multimedia
Development extends practical skills and continues the reflection
upon the creative and cultural significance of multiple-media forms.
Practical software skills are extended with Macromedia Director, especially
in Lingo and with concepts such as script design, coding, debugging
techniques, navigation, user interaction, sprite control, optimisation techniques,
memory management, media synchronisation, and online distribution
of multimedia with Shockwave.
Access to a multimedia computer with an Internet connection,
audio capabilities, a CD-ROM drive and a Zip drive is a requirement
for this course. Access to and use of Macromedia Director is also
essential. Students who enrol in this course are expected to have an
understanding of the topics covered in MMST12004 Multimedia
Design. Students who completed MMST12004 Multimedia
Design (00201) prior to Autumn 2001 should consult their Program Administrator.
Central Queensland University Handbook
This handbook was correct as at: 07-May-2002