Three common types of media create digital content: text, image, and sound. They are similar as they can have various origins and various means, be used for various purposes and in various amounts. But the difference between the three types of content is the ease of production. As for text anybody can write text, with any computer (or even without it), texts are easy to compile and rework; creating new images is harder, but with hi-quality digital camera, large photo banks and common image editors it is also available to almost anyone. But when it comes to sound, a major problem may arise. You cant record hi-quality sound with everyday devices; you cant easily create a great sound on a computer or edit it; and you can hardly find good sounds on the Internet.
So, what can you do when you really need sound effects for a presentation, learning course, or game youve programmed? You can have no answer, but I do have one (and really good): Active Multimedia SFX library. It contains 500 different sound and music effects, which thoroughly picked to be highly useful in any multimedia production. Sounds are grouped in thematic categories for easy finding (Computers & Robots, Alerts & Notifications, Electronic Signals, Clicks & Knocks and so on).
All sounds are in high quality and in several different formats; all sounds are royalty-free.
A-Media Scanner 220.127.116.115 A-Media Scanner collects metadata (video snapshots; codecs; Id3 and Id3v2 tag, etc) from audio and video library, creates XML catalog index and exports it as multimedia HTML pages
Active Multimedia SFX library (mp3) 1.0 "Active MultiMedia" is a High Quality SFX Library that contains 500 fresh Sound & Musical Effects created by sound engineers and musicians for use with Flash, Web, Games and
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