Copyright. provides legal protection and grants certain rights to its owner. The author of the image is usually the owner of the copyright,unless the author has transferred copyright ownership to some one else. Video conferencing- Using videoconferencing technology, two or more people at different locations can see and hear each other at the same time, sometimes even sharing computer applications for collaboration.
This rich communications technology offers new possibilities for schools, colleges, and libraries, who are now using videoconferencing systems for a variety of purposes, including formal instruction (courses, lessons, and tutoring), connection with guest speakers and experts, multi-school project collaboration, professional activities, and community events Video can be the most exciting feature of multimedia application. A video clip or an animation sequence can express an idea in a much better way than text or images. Video clips used in multimedia systems are more flexible in the sense that they are EASIER TO EDIT and also EASIER TO ACCESS.
Video format-A video format describes how one device sends a video pictures to another device, An example would be the way that a DVD player sends pictures to t. v or a computer to a monitor. More formally, the video format describes the sequence and structure of frames that create the moving video image. Copyright laws on the video- A copyright is a form of intellectual property that grants its holder the legal right to restrict the copying and use of an original, creative expression, such as a literary work, movie, musical work or sound recording, painting, computer program, or industrial design for a defined period of time.
Compression and decompression Virtual reality. Virtual Reality is generally speaking an attempt to provide more natural, human interfaces to software. It can be as simple as a pseudo 3D interface or as elaborate as an isolated room in which the computer can control the user’s senses of vision, hearing, and even smell and touch.