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1. A family of graphic characters that usually includes many type sizes and styles is called a: a. typeface b. font c.

point d. link e. node 2. Which of the following is a term that applies to the spacing between characters of text? a. leading b. kerning c. tracking d. points e. dithering 3. In the URL http://www.timestream.com/info/people/biotay/biotay1.html, which part is case sensitive? a. the record type: http:// b. the domain name: timestream.com c. the subdomain www d. the document path: info/people/biotay/biotay1.html e. all are case sensitive 4. Multimedia becomes interactive multimedia when: a. the user has some control over what information is viewed and when it is viewed b. the information is displayed by a computer with a touchscreen or other input device c. the information is available on the Webeither the Internet or a local area network d. quizzes and tests with evaluations and scoring are included e. the user can change such attributes as volume and type size 5. Interactive multimedia becomes hypermedia when: a. the information is available on the Webeither the Internet or a local area network

b. quizzes and tests with evaluations and scoring are included c. it includes a structure of linked elements through which a user can navigate and interact d. the user can change such attributes as volume and type size e. the content formatting complies with the American Standard Code for Information Interchange 6. What is the best way to start creating your projects interface? a. Start with pencil, eraser, and paper. b. Outline your project and graphic ideas. c. Storyboard using stick figures. d. Use three-by-five index cards and shuffle them. e. All of the above 7. Which image file type is best for photographs? a. vector b. encapsulated PostScript c. bitmap d. Shockwave e. laser 8. A 24-bit image is capable of representing how many different colors? a. 2 b. 16 c. 256 d. 65,536 e. 16,772,216 9. Vector-drawn objects are used for all of thefollowing except: a. lines b. circles c. polygons d. photographs

e. boxes 10. When an image created on a Macintosh is viewed on a PC: a. it appears darker and richer because the values have changed b. it appears lighter and less saturated because the values have changed c. it appears darker and richer even though the values have not changed d. it appears lighter and less saturated even though the values have not changed e. it appears exactly the same 11. Which of these statements regarding the MIDI audio format is not true? a. The sound can easily be changed by changing instruments. b. Spoken audio can easily be included. c. Sound tracks can be created using sequencing software. d. Files are generally smaller than the same digital audio sound. e. Sounds can be stretched and timing changed with no distortion of the quality. 12. The process of recording a sound, stored in the form of thousands of individual measurements, each at a discrete point in time, is called: a. sampling b. synthesizing c. sizing d. quantizing e. streaming 13. Which of the following sound file characteristics does not directly affect the size of a digital audio file? a. sample rate b. sample size c. tracks (stereo vs. mono) d. volume e. compression 14. Audio recorded at 44.1 kHz (kilohertz), 16-bit stereo is considered:

a. phone-quality b. voice-quality c. FM-quality d. CD-quality e. AM-quality 15. The slower a users connection, the longer he must wait for enough of the sound to download so that the entire file will have downloaded by the time the sound reaches the end. This effect is called: a. streaming latency b. post-processing c. compression d. digital signal processing e. multitap delay 16. Most authoring packages include visual effects such as: a. panning, zooming, and tilting b. wipes, fades, zooms, and dissolves c. morphing d. tweening e. inverse kinematics 17. Which of these is not a reason why animation is perceived as motion? a. An image remains in the eye chemically for a brief time after viewing. b. Our mind tries to connect the dots by completing perceived actions. c. The use of darker colors for moving objects is interpreted by the mind as motion. d. A sequence of images is read as continuous motion. e. All of the above are valid reasons. 18. Today, the most widely used tool for creating vector-based animations is: a. Adobes Flash

b. Adobes GoLive c. Corels CorelDraw d. Microsofts KineMatix e. Activas InterStudio 19. The file format that is most widely supported for web animations is: a. PICT b. .DCR c. GIF89a d. JPEG e. AIFF 20. The standard frame rate of computer animations is: a. 10 frames per second b. 15 frames per second c. 24 frames per second d. 30 frames per second e. There is no standard; it depends on the files settings. 21. Which of the following is not a codec? a. H.264 b. Theora c. NTSC d. VP6 e. VP8 22. The video technique that allows you to choose a color or range of colors that become transparent, allowing the video image to be visible behind those colors in the overlying image, is known by all of the following except: a. blue screen b. Ultimatte c. chroma key

d. interlacing e. green screen 23. Which of the following is not a television signal format? a. MPEG b. NTSC c. PAL d. SECAM e. HDTV 24. Which of the following is not a good idea when creating titles (text) to be used in video? a. Fonts for titles should be plain, sans serif, and bold enough to be easily read. b. When you are laying text onto a dark background, use white or a light color for the text. c. Do not kern your letters too tightly. d. If you use underlining or drawn graphics, make sure your lines are only one pixel wide. e. Use a drop shadow to help separate the text from the background. 25. Red or green should be avoided as cue colors because: a. they represent negative ideas in some cultures b. they do not blend well with other colors c. color-blind individuals cannot see them correctly d. they are associated with stop and go e. they remind people of Christmas