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M.Sc IT Sample Paper for 2nd year Multimedia & its ApplicationsItsMyAcademy.com

M.Sc IT Sample Paper for 2nd year Multimedia & its Applications



Duration -3 Hrs                                                                                                Max Marks: 100 

Note:  1. Attempt any five questions.

     2. All question carry equal marks.

Q1.  Define the term “Multimedia”. Describe the history of multimedia along with its applications.                                                                                      

Q2.  How animation is different from video. Explain the principle and types of animation.

Q3.  Describe “Nyquist’s Sampling Theorem”. Calculate the file size in MB for one minute recording in which maximum frequency is 20 KHz. Its loudness is recorded by 16 bits and having stereo sound effects.

Q4.  Explain “Typographic Measurements” with neat diagram. What are the limitations of text when you want to display it on web?

Q5.  Explain various compression techniques used in multimedia. Describe “Nyquist’s  sampling Theorem”.

Q6.  Describe speech synthesis in brief. Explain its application also.

Q7.  What is the importance of video in multimedia? Explain analog and digital video systems  and video in demand.                                                                     

Q8.  Explain various types of Images. Describe the process of digitization of Images?      

Q9.  Explain (any two)                                                                                  

(i)           Multimedia development process.

(ii)         Authoring tools.

(iii)       Macromedia Director

Note: Above M.Sc IT Sample Paper for 2nd year Multimedia & its Applications  has been prepared after reviewing few universities sample papers. We are not sure whether same or similar question papers pattern does your university has or not. We are just trying to help you by providing the possibilities. We always suggest you to go thoroughly with textbooks, teacher’s notes and the syllabus for better preparation of your coming examination.

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