Multimedia meaning

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Multimedia is the usage of more than one form of communication at the same time.

An example of multimedia is PowerPoint used with a tape recording and photos.

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The combined use of media, such as movies, music, lighting, and the Internet, as for education, entertainment, or advertising.
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Of or relating to the combined use of several media.

A multimedia installation at the art gallery.

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(computers) Of or relating to an application that integrates different media, such as text, graphics, video, and sound.
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A combination of communication media, such as television, newspapers, and radio, used in an advertising or publicity campaign.
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A method of communications incorporating a combination of media, such as audio, video, text, graphics, and whiteboarding, perhaps on an interactive basis. See also Smell-O-Vision.
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A combination of text, data, pictures, sound, video, etc., as on a CD-ROM, for interactive access.
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For or using multimedia.
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Information in multiple formats (multiple media). Multimedia includes text, images, audio, video and animations. Also called "rich media." See multimedia file and multimedia container.
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(plural only) The use of different media to convey information; text together with audio, graphics and animation, often packaged on CD-ROM with links to the Internet.
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Of, or relating to this combined use of media.
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(computing) Of, or relating to an application that can combine such media into an integrated package.
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A combination of media, as film, tape recordings, slides, and special lighting effects, used for entertainment or education.
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