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ALSO CALLED: Multimedia Programs, Interactive Multimedia, Interactive Applications, Multimedia Applications, Multimedia Software, Interactive Media, ShockWave
DEFINITION: Multimedia is more than one concurrent presentation medium (for example, on CD-ROM or a Web site). Although still images are a different medium than text, multimedia is typically used to mean the combination of text, sound, and/or motion video. Some people might say that the addition of animated images (for example, animated GIF on the Web) produces multimedia, but it has typically meant one of the  … 
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INTERACTIVE MEDIA APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  following:Text and sound Text, sound, and still or animated graphic imagesText, sound, and video imagesVideo and soundMultiple display areas, images, or presentations presented concurrentlyIn live situations, the use of a speaker or actors and "props" together with sound, images, and motion videoMultimedia can arguably be distinguished from traditional motion pictures or movies both by the scale of the production (multimedia is usually smaller and less expensive) and by the possibility of audience interactivity or involvement (in which case, it is usually called interactive multimedia). Interactive … 
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