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Part III: Inserting Content > Adding Rich Media Content

Chapter 9. Adding Rich Media Content

IN THIS CHAPTER

Understanding Flash Content

Inserting Flash Movies

Controlling Flash Movies

Using Flash Extensions

Understanding ActiveX and Plug-Ins

Understanding Authorware Content

Inserting Authorware into a Web Page

Using RealMedia

Checking for Players

At times, you’ll want to add rich media content to your Web pages. Rich media content includes animation, audio, video, or other content that uses advanced technology (such as streaming video) and increased bandwidth, and might interact with the learner. Viewing rich media content requires the viewer to have a player installed in the browser. Players are programs that add functionality to Web browsers, enabling you to include rich media content that couldn’t be viewed in a plain ol’ browser. Adding rich media content, such as Flash movies, to your learning applications can complicate delivery but also increase the application’s instructional value.


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