Multimedia Communications

Aayushi Rajesh Shah, Anshul Vijay


multimedia basically means ‘multi’ which means multiple or many and ‘media’ which means content. Thus, multimedia can be meant as a combination of different content. It can be a combination of text, audio, video, animation etc. It is usually recorded and then played it can be accessed by different electronic devices. It has a very broad scope as it is not just audio or just video rather an intelligent combination of it all. Multimedia is widely used whether we are watching a movie in a theatre or experiencing a game of ‘Mario’ on the computer. Most of what we see today is multimedia, like when videoconferencing or watching cricket on television, thus we require security and efficient exchange of data from one place to another which can only be obtained from the usage of better techniques and wider applications in this field. Multimedia communication attracts wider audiences as it is a different way of viewing things altogether. This can thus be used widely in advertising and gaining attraction of people. Hence, we need to study the newest applications and techniques in multimedia communication to experience better quality. Different techniques of image enhancing or error coding or clearing the audio quality will help to give out efficient results. Efficiency is described by transmission of data and its cost even the ability to survive transmission errors and unwanted signals and noise. Such enhancements in the data transmission can give great technology in the near future. Multimedia communication has a great future potential and thus this document discusses multimedia communication, its need, features of intelligent multimedia communication, current trends in multimedia communication its applications and techniques and emerging trends in multimedia communication.

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