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Digital Media Programming Guide
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Digital Media Programming Guide

Document Number: 007-1799-060


Written by Patricia Creek and Don Moccia

Illustrated by Dany Galgani and Martha Levine

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Engineering author contributions by Bent Hagemark, Chris Pirazzi, Angela Lai, Scott Porter, Doug Scott, Mike Travis, Mark Segal, Bryan James, Doug Cook, Nelson Bolyard, Candace Obert, Eric Bloch, Brian Beach, Dan Kinney, and Mike Portuesi

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Digital Media Programming Guide
(document number: 007-1799-060 / published: 1996-11-29)    table of contents  |  additional info  |  download

    Front Matter
    About This Guide
    Chapter 1. Introduction to the Digital Media Libraries
    Chapter 2. Digital Media Essentials
    Chapter 3. Digital Media Parameters
    Chapter 4. Digital Media I/O
    Chapter 5. Digital Media Buffers
    Chapter 6. Digital Media Data Conversion
    Chapter 7. Digital Media Audio File Operations
    Appendix A. Digital Media Conversion Libraries

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