Media Tools

Media Tools

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Adobe Acrobat ReaderAcrobat Reader
Used to view and print PDF files (Portable Document Format), a universal file format that preserves the fonts, formatting, colors, and graphics of the original document.

Macromedia Flash PlayerFlash Player
Used to view multimedia buttons, interactive animations, flying logos, and graphics created in Adobe Flash.

Windows MediaMedia Player
Microsoft's audio and video player integrates other media features, such as a CD player and Internet radio.

Apple QuicktimeQuickTime
Apple's video technology allows you to play high-quality video directly on your computer.

Real PlayerRealPlayer
Used to play streaming audio and video on networks and the Internet.

Macromedia Shockwave PlayerShockwave Player
Used to view dynamic and fully interactive animation, audio, and multimedia content created in both Adobe Director and Flash (includes Flash Player).




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