High bandwidth requirements make standard CD audio, available on all low cost CD-ROM based computer multimedia players, impractical for large or complex multimedia productions. The low-bandwidth audio capabilities of CDTV, CD-I and various DOS-based Players are examined and compared, and techniques are described for the centralized production and processing of multimedia sound tracks for playback on several different players.
Affiliation: Tiger Media, Inc., Los Angeles, CA
AES Convention: 91 (October 1991) Paper Number: 3182
Publication Date: October 1, 1991
Subject: Audio Production
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