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Part 4 Effective Presentation. 4.1 Sight and sound Elements 74 4.2 Viable Presentation 79. Section 4 Successful Presentation. 4.1 Interactive media Components. Interactive media Components incorporate Content Sound Design Movements Video
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Section 4 Effective Presentation 4.1 Multimedia Elements 74 4.2 Effective Presentation 79

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Chapter 4 Effective Presentation 4.1 Multimedia Elements Multimedia Elements incorporate Text Sound Graphics Animations Video Multimedia components as medium to pass on data to your crowd They have distinctive effects on your group of onlookers

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4.1 Multimedia Elements 4.1.1 Text Used in Heading and Text Features incorporate Text shading, Typeface, Font Size, Font Style and so on. Benefits of utilizing content Provided essential data obviously Linked to other sight and sound components

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4.1 Multimedia Elements 4.1.2 Sound (1) Sound utilized as a part of move, mood melodies, or recording discussion 1. Advanced sound Recorded sound that have been digitized Recorded by a mouthpiece and sound card The most widely recognized structure is WAV (uncompressed) and MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3) (packed) Taking up extensive storage room

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4.1 Multimedia Elements 4.1.2 Sound (2) 2. PC Music MIDI (stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a coded variant of music Recording musical notes played by musical instrument, similar to piano or violin translated by sound card taking up little storage room Merits of utilizing sound Providing an extra medium over sight vision Seek consideration from group of onlookers Increase the believability of a presentation, e.g. the key\'s discourse

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4.1 Multimedia Elements 4.1.3 Graphics (1) Including photos, drawings, diagrams from a spreadsheet 1. Bitmap 2. Vector 3. Realistic document size Merits of utilizing design "A picture is justified regardless of a thousand words." Help gathering of people to see most rapidly Complementing so as to provide visual effect the content on the page.

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4.1.3 Graphics 4.1.3 Graphics (2) 1. Bitmapped design Using a framework of spots (or pixels) e.g. Checked pictures utilizing a computerized camera Photo of advanced camera Screen catches Graphics downloaded from Web, e.g. PNG, JPG and GIF Giving reasonable and exact picture Larger stockpiling size Lose quality extended

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4.1.3 Graphics 4.1.3 Graphics (3) Vector design Using geometry, for example, lines, circles or squares and so on e.g. Outlines in a spreadsheet Drawings by the devices in a presentation programming Files with expansion WMF. Utilized as a part of delineating ideas Small stockpiling size Image quality is unaltered when resized

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4.1.3 Graphics 4.1.3 Graphic File Size (1) Bitmap realistic document size relies on upon screen determination (in pixel), or the realistic\'s extent (in inches) and print determination (in dpi) number of shading utilized Image size (Screen determination) is measured in pixels e.g. 640 x 480 pixels The print determination of a realistic is measured in speck (pixel) per inch (dpi). For screen show, the determination is 72 dpi. For yielding on a printer, the determination is more than 175 dpi. For top notch yield, the determination can be as high as 300 dpi.

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4.1.3 Graphics 4.1.3 Graphic File Size (2) Typical quantities of shading utilized as a part of bitmap illustrations are 2, 256, 65,536 and 16 millions Bitmap realistic record size relies on upon many-sided quality of the realistic unaltered by amplifying the realistic

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4.1 Multimedia Elements 4.1.4 Animations Multiple drawings are appeared in a fast grouping to give a figment of movement Consist of moving articles e.g. Vivified GIF and Flash Movie Merits of utilizing activitys Effectively exhibit a thought Have high effect

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4.1 Multimedia Elements 4.1.5 Video (1) Video Full-movement recording of an occasion Captured by a DV camera or a feature catch card Requires vast storage room and a considerable measure of figuring force File size relies on upon Screen size Color profundity Frames rate: Number of edges demonstrated every second e.g. 30 fps Duration

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4.1 Multimedia Elements 4.1.5 Video (2) e.g. AVI, MPG and so forth. Benefits of utilizing features “A feature is justified regardless of a thousand of pictures.” Videos have the best effect. Your endeavors will be acknowledged

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Chapter 4 Effective Presentation 4.2 An Effective Presentation 4.2.1 Planning for a presentation 4.2.2 Selecting suitable data 4.2.3 Organizing significant data 4.2.4 Criteria for a compelling presentation

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4.2 Effective Presentation 4.2.1 Planning for Presentation Time limitations Plan your time sensibly Don’t invade a presentation Plan for the apparatuses Common IT devices incorporate a PC and an information projector Hardware requirements Resolution of the information projector, lighting, Internet openness, sound from speaker Activities Role play, Discussion, or FAQ (every now and again made inquiry)

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4.2 Effective Presentation 4.2.2 Selecting fitting Information 1. Selecting a proper point (topic) Start with a vast extension bit by bit lessen the degree to the most intriguing theme Take into record the time requirement and your own capacity 2. Selecting fitting substance Information must be exact Compare to different references 3. Compose your presentation in your own words

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4.2 Effective Presentation 4.2.3 Organizing the Relevant Information 1. Refining the Information Divide the presentation into a few areas Arrange the segments in a legitimate grouping Create a substance page 2. Applying Interactivity Add more client controls to your presentation Without intelligence, the presentation shows up in a straight manner Use hyperlinks to expand intuitiveness Point to the fundamental menu before another subtopic is begun

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4.2 Effective Presentation 4.2.4 Criteria for an Effective Presentation (1) 1. Page Layout Should be clear and steady The same arrangement of textual styles utilized all through Appropriate utilization of text styles in features, substance and decisive words 2. Utilization of content Concise content ought to be utilized One sentence ought to pass on one and only message Sentences require not be finished but rather they must be legitimate and linguistically right Condense the words so one line is utilized for one sentence Each page constrained to 4 to 5 sentences

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4.2 Effective Presentation 4.2.4 Criteria for an Effective Presentation (2) 3. Utilization of slugs and spaces Bullets connected to sentences to gather comparable thoughts together Indentation to show diverse levels of idea. 4. Utilization of shading Increase shading differentiation in the middle of content and foundation e.g. Dark content on a white foundation Red can be utilized to highlight a solitary pivotal word.

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4.2 Effective Presentation 4.2.4 Criteria for an Effective Presentation (3) 5. Utilization of illustrations Do not mess the screen with design Keep the number down to 2 or 3 6. Page Transition Avoid programmed page move Introduce intuitiveness 7. Content move Do not over utilize the move of content or sound impacts

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