CSci 120 - Lecture 25

Multimedia Design

© Morris Firebaugh


I. Introduction

A. Review of Karen Johnson Productions Tour

B. Project presentation and evaluation information

C. Video Capabilities of the AV G3 Machines

D. Building a Web Page from Scratch with HTML Editor


II. Project presentation and evaluation information


III. Video Capabilities of the AV G3 Machines

Steps in capturing Video Input

  1. In the Monitors and Sound control panel, set the number of colors to 256
  2. Connect the Video and Audio source to the back of the AV G3 machine using RCA jacks
  3. Open the Apple Video Player under the Apple menu
  4. Turn on your video source (CamCorder or VCR)
  5. Click the Video Source button, and capture still frames or video clips as indicated:


Results:



Video Clip:


IV. Building a Web Page from Scratch with HTML Editor

Let's build a Web page from Scratch, using HTML Editor, with:


Headings

  1. Type the headings
  2. Select the heading
  3. Click the Heading icon, and select heading size


Lists

  1. Type the elements of the list
  2. Select the elements of the list
  3. Click the List icon, and select list type


Indentation

There are at least two methods for indentation:

<Blockquote>

  1. Select menu TAGS
  2. Select item Alignment
  3. Select "Block Indent"

<ul>

  1. Type paragraph
  2. Select paragraph
  3. Assign as Unordered List


Embedding Graphics

 

<IMG SRC="image1.JPG" ALIGN=MIDDLE>


Tables 

1. Click Table Icon,



2. Assign desired table parameters



3. Enter table cell contents




Links

 External:

  1. Type the Name of the link
  2. Select the Name of the link
  3. Click the External Link button:

  4. Fill in (or paste) the correct URL:

Internal:

  1. Position your cursor at the target point
  2. Double click the target icon:
  3. Give the target a name when the box opens
  4. Create an index at the front of your document and build links with the internal link icon:

Let's see how it all came out:

HTMLEdDemo.html


IV. Laboratory Assignment #13

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Updated November 21, 2000