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1. Which of the following best describes the process of streaming?

A) Playing audio files.
B) Delaying playing a multimedia element until enough data has been buffered so the element can play uninterrupted.
C) Reducing the load time of a Web page by streamlining operations.
D) Sending packets to a Web server so improve server performance.

2. What does AIFF stand for?
A) Audio Interchange File Format
B) Audio Interchange File Folder
C) ASCII Interchange File Format
D) Audio Internet File Format

3. Which company developed the AU audio format?
A) Apple
B) Sun
C) Netscape
D) Cisco

4. What does MIDI stand for?
A) Musical Internet Digital Interface
B) Musical Internet Digital Interrupt
C) Musical Instrument Digital Interface
D) Musical Instrument Download Interface

5. Which one of the following audio formats was developed by Microsoft?
A) AIFF
B) MIDI
C) RealAudio
D) WAV

6. Which of the following tags cannot be used to include audio on a Web page?
A) BGSOUND
B) EMBED
C) MUSIC
D) OBJECT

7. Which of the following statements is true?
A) MIDI files are generally larger than WAV files.
B) Video files are generally much larger than audio files.
C) Audio and video are one and the same.
D) Nearly all 5 minute movie clips are under 1M in size.

8. An audio repository is which of the following?
A) A Web presentation that warehouses audio files.
B) A library cataloging all MIDI music.
C) A Web site that provides tutorials on sound.
D) A Web server capable of playing audio files.

9. What does AVI stand for?
A) Audio for Voice on the Internet
B) Audio Voice Interleaved
C) Audio Video Interleaved
D) Adapted Video for Internet

10. Which of the following does MPEG stand for?
A) Movie Protocol Experts Group
B) Movie Protocol Experimentation Group
C) Motion Picture Experts Group
D) Movie and Protocols Engineering Group

11. Which company developed the Quick Time format?
A) Microsoft
B) Juniper
C) Apple
D) Silicon Graphics

12. Which of the following file extensions would be used for a Quick Time movie?
A) avi
B) mpg
C) mov
D) sgi

13. Which of the following is not an attribute of the OBJECT tag?
A) DATA
B) TYPE
C) WIDTH
D) DIMENSION

14. Which of the following is sensible HTML code?
A) <PARAM NAME = “autostart” VALUE = “true”>
B) <PARAM NAME = “autostart” VALUE = “video/avi”>
C) <PARAM NAME = “autostart” VALUE = “audio/avi”>
D) <PARAM NAME = “reunion.avi” VALUE = “audio/avi”>

15. Which of the following is the best definition for Virtual Reality?
A) Any computer game involving graphics.
B) A 3D simulation of a real or imagined environment using computers.
C) A simulator which requires special eye glasses.
D) The process of coding in another dimension.

16. VRML stands for which of the following?
A) Very Real Marking Language
B) Virtual Reality Marking Language
C) Virtual Reality Markup Language
D) Virtual Reality Makeup Language

17. Which of the following is the MIME type for a VRML file?
A) model/vrml
B) audio/vrml
C) midi/vrml
D) 3d/vrml

18. Which of the following extensions would you not expect to see on a VRML file?
A) wrl
B) wrl.gz
C) wrz
D) vr

19. Which of the following is not an attribute of the OBJECT tag?
A) BASEMENT
B) BORDER
C) SHAPES
D) HSPACE

20. Which of the following is not an attribute of the OBJECT tag?
A) CLASSID
B) CODEBASE
C) CODETYPE
D) CODEDEX

21. Which of the following is not an attribute of the OBJECT tag?
A) USEMAP
B) STANDBY
C) DECLARE
D) INDEX

22. Which of the following is not an attribute of the OBJECT tag?
A) TABINDEX
B) DATA
C) VSPACE
D) VIDEO

23. Which of the following statements is true?
A) It is customary to include an error message before the opening OBJECT tag so viewers who don’t have the appropriate plug-in to play the multi-media are informed what they are missing.
B) It is customary to include an error message before all PARAM tags so viewers who don’t have the appropriate plug-in to play the multi-media are informed what they are missing.
C) It is customary to include an error message before the closing OBJECT tags so viewers who don’t have the appropriate plug-in to play multi-media are informed what they are missing.
D) It is customary to include an error message in a HTML comment so viewers who don’t have the appropriate plug-in to play the multi-media are informed what they are missing.

24. Which of the following statements is true?
A) Helpers and plugins are one and the same concepts.
B) Browsers come with all of the necessary plugins for playing multimedia content.
C) From time-to-time you may need to install a new plugin to play a multimedia object.
D) It is not a good idea to virus check plugins since this can delay viewing a multimedia object.

25. Which of the following is false?
A) There are at least 100 different plugins.
B) Multimedia annoys many Web users because it forces them to learn to program.
C) Standards are evolving for multimedia formats.
D) Compression plays a big role in how fast multimedia elements can be transferred over the Internet.

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