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Scripting Languages. A multimedia scripting language is a general-purpose scripting language equipped with commands suitable for implementing multimedia presentations, such as for controlling sound and movie clips, positioning media elements on the screen, and creating transitional effects. Examples of multimedia scripting languages are HyperCard’s HyperTalk and Director’s Lingo. Similar to building a user interface with a user interface toolkit (13), authoring an interactive presentation with a scripting language requires the use of an event-based programming model.
4 was used to create this card, only the photograph and text for the title and description fields need to be included. Each of the behaviors located in the background layer continues to function correctly without modification. History. In 1984, Marc Canter founded the Macromind Company with a vision of putting high-end audio, video, and graphics technology into the hands of artists and musicians. The company’s first product, SoundVision, was a multimedia authoring tool useful for integrating voice and animation on the early Macintosh computer.
Creates a hierarchical grouping of icons facilitating a modular design. AUTHORING LANGUAGES 19 Fig. 14. The Authorware environment consists of three main components: the Icon palette, Design window, and Presentation window. The Icon palette, located on the far left, provides the predefined behavior icons an author uses to construct a presentation. a4p) contains the flowline onto which these behavior icons are placed. The Presentation window displays the output of icons as they are executed along the flowline, provides tools for creating text and geometric shapes, and allows an object’s visual properties to be modified.