Multimedia was a big buzz of the year 1992, and every corporation, the magazine, and the
local store had the CD-ROM or the "enhanced CD" in the development.
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
When a Web hit the
big in the year 1996, the newbies used to the personal computers environment naturally
expected the certain level of sound and the vision from the new kid on a high-tech block.
Unfortunately, thanks to the bandwidth restrictions, it was just not possible to display
the full-motion video with a stereo sound over a Web.
The Audio Tips and Tricks
Now that we know how to prepare an audio file for Web, here are some of the ways to
create a quality sound.
Keep everything in DDD if possible.
Make sure to normalize the files.
Use good pair of headphones or the speakers as the primary monitor.
Equalize the files.
Consider having the music professionally mixed.
Test the audio on different systems.
Make a copy and then play around with it.
Take the advantages of system-wide integration.
Use the best equipment.
Use an Internet to learn about the tools.
The Video DOs
Use a tripod.
Use the tight close-ups whenever possible.
Use the quality materials.
Pay close attention to the backgrounds.
Frame the shots intelligently.
The Video DON'Ts
Do not move the camera fast.
Do not fall into an bad habit of the jump cuts.
Do not forget to disable timecode in the camera.
Do not shoot the backgrounds exceedingly dark or light.
Do not use a dense, layered files.
Do not forget to leave some time at beginning and at the end of each shot.
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