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Multimedia And Digital Media

Subject : it-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Animated characters used in films - created entirely using computer graphics software.






2. Software used for laying out text and images on pages. Commonly used for books - magazines - and brochures.






3. Ensuring printed output colours accurately match those on the screen.






4. Software which restricts the actions a user can perform with a file - such as copying or printing.






5. File format that stores characters using ASCII or Unicode encoding.






6. Licensing system for authors who wish to distribute their work freely.






7. Amount of data used to represent a single sample in a video or audio file.






8. The process of converting analog data into digital computer data.






9. Legal concept which protects intellectual property from authorised copying - alteration - or use.






10. Standard file format for vector image data.






11. General name for operations performed on an image using graphics software.






12. Lossless file format for images.






13. Technical graphics software used to design products for manufacture.






14. Graphics composed of rectangular grids of pixels.






15. Number of pixels displayed in each inch of screen output.






16. Area of a document which appears the same on every page.






17. Refers to creations of the mind - non-physical property such as photographs - music - stories - and films.






18. Lossy file format for audio.






19. Used as part of colour synchronisation to specify how a device represents colour.






20. Lossless file format for audio.






21. Common file format for the exchange of documents - which appears on screen exactly as it will appear on the printer.






22. Lossless file format for images.






23. File format for documents - which can store text and some basic formatting information.






24. Technique used to replace part of a video image matching a certain colour with computer graphics.






25. Technique used in graphics software to place digital images or effects on top of each other to build up a final image.






26. Also known as printer resolution. The number of dots of colour a printer is capable of producing in a certain amount of space.






27. Compression technique in which some file data is sacrificed in order to reduce file size.






28. Number of pixels displayed in each inch of screen output.






29. Temporary storage area used to store video or audio data ready for playing.






30. Graphics created entirely on a computer - using 2D or 3D graphics software.






31. Musical Instrument Digital Interface. System for communication between musical hardware and software applications.






32. What You See Is What You Get. Refers to programs that present their output onscreen exactly as it will appear when printed.






33. Exceptions to copyright law that allow copying in certain limited circumstances.






34. File format for documents - used by LibreOffice.






35. Changing the size of an image.






36. Software which restricts the actions a user can perform with a file - such as copying or printing.






37. Graphics composed of rectangular grids of pixels.






38. Technical graphics software used to design products for manufacture.






39. File format for documents - which can store text and some basic formatting information.






40. Unit used to measure the resolution of digital cameras. Refers to 1 million pixels.






41. Lossless file format for images.






42. Reduction in the amount of data used to store a file.






43. Lossy file format for video.






44. Lossy file format for video.






45. Software used for laying out text and images on pages. Commonly used for books - magazines - and brochures.






46. Lossy file format for images.






47. Lossy file format for video.






48. Also known as printer resolution. The number of dots of colour a printer is capable of producing in a certain amount of space.






49. A page which is used to include standard features (such as page numbers or a header) on each page of a document in a consistent manner.






50. File format that stores characters using ASCII or Unicode encoding.