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Programming Technique + Art = Demo

This category is not for portfolios of multimedia art but for the specific artform of demos, also known as eurodemos, a program that displays a sound, music, and light show.

A demo is a program that displays a sound, music, and light show. Demos are very fun to watch, because they seemingly do things that aren't possible on the machine they were programmed on. Essentially, demos "show off". Demos are an art form. They blend mathematics, programming skill, and creativity into something incredible to watch and listen to.
Digital video contains sites related to videos, films, and other video related graphics that are created and edited. Digital video can be created on computers or with digital cameras, and edited on tape or computers. Often the line between linear and non-linear in digital editing is blurred, which is why it is so diverse and flexible. Macintoshes, IBM compatible computers, and many industrial grade systems are used in this field. The Digital Video category contains sites about the software, hardware, computers, techniques, current projects, or any video related item that is manipulated digitally.
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This category contains sites with FAQs, help articles, and tutorials relating to multimedia authoring.
Please only submit sites which relate to video only or mixed audio and video MPEG formats - there is a separate category for audio only web sites.
There is currently no description created for this category.
This category is for hardware, software, or any information relating to audio formats. The most commonly found formats have subcategories, so please submit there if appropriate. More rare formats, or comparisons between numerous formats may be listed in this category.
Contains information about computers as they relate to computer music and audio.
Take care when selecting the category.
* Only submit sites that are in English. Non-English sites should be submitted to the appropriate country under World.
* Submit to only ONE category.
* Submit to the best category possible

How to Write your Description:
* Do not type in capitals, nor capitalize all nouns.
* Do not include a list of keywords.
* Do not include your products.
* Do not write a sales pitch.

The description should describe what site offers visitors.

* Do NOT include superlatives ("We''re the best, "The greatest website...", "We''re #1..., etc.).
* The description should be in English, in coherent sentence form, and free from mistakes.
* Do not use unnecessary capitalization, or include HTML tags.

Following these guidelines will assist us in listing your site as quickly as possible

Sites that cover news services, newspapers, books, magazines, e-zines, and journals, in the area of multimedia.
Professional, business, academic, and non-profit associations orientated towards multimedia development are encouraged to submit here. Companies offering commercial services such as web design, multimedia authoring, video production, or graphic design, should search for the proper sub-category from Computers/Multimedia/Services/ page. Foreign-origin sites written in languages other than English should search for the proper sub-category from the World tree.
An association is defined as an organized body of individuals or groups who share a common interest or cause; usually identified by the presence of "association" in the title. Most often requires membership for access to benefits and resources.
Please only submit sites in English related to the category description.
Commercial services offered by multimedia companies or freelancers.
If you are submitting to this category, please ensure that you are submitting a site related to the use of Macromedia Authorware or illustrates what can be made with the product.
Software for multimedia authoring, editing, production, and publishing/serving.
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