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VOCABULARY PRACTICE SECTION 2. 1. Look at Key information section 2 and find the following.




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  10. B. Practice the following conversation with a partner using the substitutions in the box.

 

1. Look at Key information section 2 and find the following.

 

1. the most common extensions for graphics files

2. the most common text formats

3. three popular video formats

4. three common file formats for storing audio data

5. the distribution of audio and/or video signals which transmit programs to an audience

6. to copy or move programs or information into a computer's memory, especially from the Internet or a larger computer

7. attempts to simulate an abstract model of a particular system

8. a computer terminal that provides information access via electronic methods

9. a computer-based simulated environment

10. the process of becoming aware of various physiological functions

2. Complete texts with words from boxes.

 

coding technical terms cable schedule decoding

 

The sequencing of content in a broadcast is called a (1) … . As with all technological endeavours, a number of (2) … and slang have developed. A list of these terms can be found at List of broadcasting terms. Television and radio programs are distributed through radio broadcasting or (3) …, often both simultaneously.

By (4) … signals and having (5) … equipment in homes, the latter also enables subscription-based channels and pay-per-view services. Broadcasting focuses on getting one message out and it is up to the general public to do what they wish with it.

programming tool standard software

 

Multimedia presentation (1) … is known for incorporating sound, animation effects and cinematic-like special effects into presentations. It is a (2) … that computer users of varying industries and backgrounds use to dynamically present information

to an audience.

It differs from (3) … presentation software in its features and its interactivity potential.

An advantage of working with multimedia presentation software is that it doesn't require that a user have any detailed knowledge of (4) … or code writing. The software usually comes with tutorials that are easy to follow and command functions that are self-explanatory and intuitive.

 

features web pages palette links sounds

 



Images, documents, text, and (1) … like MP3 and WAV files can all be manipulated and combined using the software to create a presentation. Even complete or pieces of (2) …, videos and animations can be added to a multimedia presentation. Active (3) …, special characters and other (4) … can be added later using the software's editing (5) … or paint-like application. When using these editing tools, animating, rotating — creating smooth transitions between images — and making timelines can be done easily and quickly.

 

emailed copy downloaded convert published import

 

Multimedia presentation software can have the ability to (1) … other presentation software file formats into the program and (2) … them into their own propriety file formats or into universal formats like EXE files or AVI/QuickTime videos. Screen savers and CD menus can even be created from these files. Completed presentations may be (3) … as attachments and some can even be played automatically through the recipient's browser.

They can also be (4) … on the Internet, (5) … directly onto a computer's hard drive or burned onto a CD-ROM or DVD. The mobile user who desires to show their presentation at a different location may find it necessary to (6) … their presentation onto a portable memory stick like a flash drive so that they can simply insert the stick into another computer and access the file at the new location.

 



controlled multiplayer computerized issued animated

 

A virtual world is an (1) … three-dimensional world created with computer graphics imagining (CGI) and other rendering software. One of the hallmarks of a virtual world is that a user can interact within the environment by virtue of an avatar, or a (2) … character that represents the user. The avatar manipulates and interacts with objects in the virtual world by mouse movements and keystrokes (3) … by the user. In simple terms, the avatar is a remote (4) … character or proxy.

In addition to graphics, a virtual world also provides sound effects and may offer streaming sound for listing to music, radio or scripts issuing from within the virtual environment. In (5) … games and environments, chat and instant messaging allow avatars to communicate with each other in the virtual world.


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