27 terms

File Types


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most common graphics format
full color (16.7 million colors)
indexed color mode (256 colors)
supports simple transparency
supports advanced transparency
can be interlaced for Internet use
can use a variety of color modes
best for desktop publishing
used by digital scanners
supports 3-D information
native Photoshop format
preserves layers for future editing
standard for the Internet
supports ActionScript code
smooth animation
small file size
Animated .GIF
a.k.a. flip-book animation
only frame-based animation
does not support audio
creates a video file
used for TV broadcasting
uses Adobe® Flash Player
standard for embedded video
native Flash format
preserves layers, scenes,
and library
most common format
standard for Internet use
good for streaming
standard for PCs
native Windows® format
uses Windows® Media Player
Microsoft® streaming format
standard for musical instruments
contains musical information
.AAC / .M4A
standard for Apple® computers
used by mobile devices
high quality sound
uses Quicktime® player
standard for Apple®
standard for PCs
uses Windows® Media Player
Microsoft® streaming format
uses Adobe® Flash Player
common for embedded video
used for DVDs
used for Blu-Ray discs
standard for Internet
streaming (YouTube,
Vimeo, Hulu, etc.)
basic framework
use "tags" to denote
structure elements
controls design features
(colors, fonts, etc.)
combines with HTML to
create a complete site
common template format
client-side development
creates programs that run
on the user's machine
server-side development
connects to databases
enhances interactivity
uses Adobe® Flash
common for games and
online advertising
allows for enhanced