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Research On Producing A Compact Disk Interactive Title (CDI) And Computer Graphics File Formats

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Title: Research On Producing A Compact Disk Interactive Title (CDI) And Computer Graphics File Formats
Authors: Keylock, Linda
Keywords: Liberal Studies
Issue Date: 20 Nov 2015
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: It was my original intention to produce and submit a Computer Disk Interactive (CDI) title as a creative project rather than to submit a written paper for my Honors Thesis. I did not expect to complete the title, in fact, I hoped only to complete the navigation of a single word. However, at this point, the CDI is not quite completed, so I am submitting for your review, a video and research notes that chart the progress of the CDI title. In addition, I am submitting a list I compiled of "questions and answers" along with a list of my learning objectives and I list of what I actually learned. This information will be valuable to anyone attempting to master the process of learning CDI authoring. Next, I am submitting notes that I compiled, from various printed sources and from my personal experience, on graphic file formats. To supplement this information, I have included information about graphic file conversion programs which I found on the internet, then edited and arranged. Basically, my intention is to present this information in an easy to read list for the use of graphic designers rather than computer "hackers". Therefore, I have researched and compiled a glossary list to explain and expand most file extender acronyms. From this list, it is then possible to cross reference with the list of acronyms following each converter program to see which one is right for one's needs.
Pages/Duration: 54 pages
Rights: All UHM Honors Projects are protected by copyright. They may be viewed from this source for any purpose, but reproduction or distribution in any format is prohibited without written permission from the copyright owner.
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