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OVERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS
MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION MANAGER/2
o Enhanced quality of information and communication
o Easily accommodates new functions, devices and multimedia data
o Open extendable architecture, data standards and consistent user
interface
o Increased value of information and decreased user training costs
o Easy-to-use system setup
MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION MANAGER TOOLKIT/2
o Business solutions adaptable from sample programs
o Assists application developers in the use of Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2
DESCRIPTION
IBM MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION MANAGER/2
USER PRODUCTIVITY: The key benefit of multimedia is an enhanced
quality of information and communication. When audio and image are
combined with text and graphics, customers can access richer forms of
information, and communication becomes more effective. Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2 enables this increase in productivity.
The Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 system supports the
playback of digital audio files and the recording of audio signals
into digital format. This facilitates the creation of online
presentations, such as an image "slide show" with accompanying audio.
Such presentations have many uses in industrial training, education,
merchandising and business presentation environments. Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2 also enables audio annotation in conventional
productivity applications, such as spreadsheets and word processors.
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 recognizes a variety of
audio and image data types. The user can concentrate on the value of
the information itself, and not be concerned with the data type.
This also increases the availability of different types and formats
of information to the end user, which in turn increases productivity.
The Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 user interface conforms
to the 1991 Common User Access (TM) architecture. A standard user
interface allows users to control the data in a consistent manner.
This includes, for example, playing and rewinding audio clips and
adjusting and muting volume. Users can be more effective with every
product that uses these interface functions, since the methods for
controlling their data is consistent across the different products.
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 provides synchronization
support by taking advantage of the multitasking capabilities in OS/2
(R) 2.0. For example, multiple audio streams can be played back
simultaneously, and the system will keep them synchronized
automatically. This is useful for playing background music with a
foreground voice-over or for mixing different audio tracks.
Finally, the installation and online information of Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2 makes each user's job easier. The graphical
install program is designed to be a "one-button" process if the user
so desires. However, if customization is required, the user can
select components, which can save disk space and available memory at
run time. Context-sensitive helps are included throughout Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2 to enable access to the most up-to-date
product information.
(TM) Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
(R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
Corporation.
GROWTH ENABLEMENT: The Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
architecture enables the system to easily accommodate new functions,
support new devices and incorporate new data types and formats. This
opens new opportunities, such as desktop video conferencing,
video-based computer training, sophisticated graphics rendering, and
a host of new devices and data types that accompany these
technologies.
The install program is designed with this growth in mind. As
customers acquire new hardware or would like to add new functions,
they can do so without re-installing the entire system.
INVESTMENT PROTECTION: As the customers' needs grow, Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2 works to protect investments. The open
architecture for data standards support ensures that customer
information assets retain their value regardless of format.
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 can also be the convergence
platform for other IBM multimedia products, which protects the
customers' current investments.
Investments related to compact disc are protected in several
ways. CDs are an excellent vehicle for program distribution, large
databases, audio, animation, and eventually, full motion video.
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 support includes CD-ROM, CD-DA, and
CD-ROM/XA.
BUSINESS SOLUTIONS: Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 will be an
important component of every customers business goals. Since
multimedia increases the effectiveness of information and
communication, Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 facilitates decision
making within the enterprise. With standard user interface controls
and productivity applets, users are more efficient and training costs
are reduced. The open, extendable architecture of Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2 enhances the integration of the customers'
business systems.
SYSTEM MANAGEMENT: The Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
installation makes system setup easier. The default, one-button
approach optimizes the install process. The selective install
optimizes disk space and available run-time memory.
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 assists the user in system
management by providing several small system applications called
applets. The applets are described in the TECHNICAL INFORMATION
section. The system applets provide a consistent method of changing
device and system settings. The user simply opens Multimedia Setup
notebook, selects the device and modifies the settings as necessary.
This is also consistent with the methods used by OS/2 to modify
settings.
IBM MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION MANAGER TOOLKIT/2
BUSINESS SOLUTIONS: The functions of Multimedia Presentation
Manager/2 and the components of the Multimedia Presentation Manager
Toolkit/2 help software developers achieve their business goals,
namely to produce quality multimedia products with efficiency.
The Media Control Interface and the Multimedia I/O functions
of Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 make device and data
independence part of every product. Code need not be written to
accommodate every possible end user configuration, as this is handled
by Multimedia Presentation Manager/2. By using Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2, products can exploit the functions of today
and adapt to those of tomorrow.
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 also increases product
performance through stream and synchronization support. Product
developers are freed from managing multimedia data streams and
keeping two, independent streams synchronized.
The sample programs provided with Multimedia Presentation
Manager Toolkit/2 enable the product developer to concentrate more on
product-specific function and less with exploitation of multimedia
support with sample programs for every major function in the
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 system. Also, samples may be used
freely within the product and adapted to suit the needs of the
product.
USER PRODUCTIVITY: Product developers can increase productivity
through Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 and the Multimedia
Presentation Manager Toolkit/2. This starts with product
installation by CD-ROM. Also, Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 APIs
provide comprehensive multimedia device and data handling functions,
and the Toolkit includes sample programs that use these APIs. As a
result, less development time is needed to manage the multimedia
aspect of the product. Also, online documentation means faster
access to product details.
INVESTMENT PROTECTION AND GROWTH ENABLEMENT: Software developers'
investments are protected by Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 and
the Toolkit through support for a common programming interface and
support for industry data standards. Developers can look to IBM to
give consideration to extending APIs into new frontiers of
multimedia. Also, the data handling architecture allows not only for
new formats of existing data types (for example, new audio formats),
but for entirely new multimedia data types as well (for example,
video).
CUSTINFO PUBLICATIONS
The following Multimedia Presentation Manager Toolkit/2
publications may be ordered after June 30, 1992.
ORDER
TITLE NUMBER
Multimedia Presentation Manager
Toolkit/2 Version 1.00
Programming Guide S41G-2919
Multimedia Presentation Manager
Toolkit/2 Version 1.00
Programming Reference S41G-2920
Multimedia Presentation Manager
Toolkit/2 Version 1.00
Sample Programs Workbook S41G-2921
Common User Access
Guide to Multimedia
User Interface Design S41G-2922
OS/2 Multimedia Advantages S41G-2923
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
Technical Library S41G-3321
EDUCATION SUPPORT
The appropriate curriculum will be updated, as necessary, to
include the enhancements in this announcement.
Details of the education support will be provided by
availability through separate Education Announcements.
SCHEDULE
The planned availability date is June 30, 1992.
TECHINFO TECHNICAL INFORMATION
SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
MACHINE REQUIREMENTS: Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 Version 1.00
prerequisites OS/2 Version 2.0; the minimum hardware configuration
for OS/2 Version 2.0 and Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 is as
follows:
OS/2 Version 2.0
o Minimum hardware configuration for OS/2.
IBM Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
o Intel386 (1) SX-based PS/2 (R), PS/55, or higher
o Can be installed and run on a base OS/2 2.0 configuration. A
multimedia application, comparable to the Media Players included
in Multimedia Presentation Manager/2, can be run under the base
configuration. Additional memory may be necessary depending on
individual application requirements.
o IBM M-Audio Capture and Playback Adapter/A (#3909, 92F3379) or
other audio adapter when supported with a device driver
o Hard disk with 3MB of free disk space
o 3.5-inch diskette drive
Optional
o PS/2 CD-ROM II internal driver (PS/2 Ultimedia (TM) Model 57 SLC)
or IBM PS/2 External CD-ROM Drive (Machine Type 3510, Model 002,
P/N 6451321) or equivalent.
o Other multimedia adapters or devices when supported with device
drivers
IBM Multimedia Presentation Manager Toolkit/2
o Intel386 SX-based PS/2, PS/55, or higher
o Approximately 1MB of memory in addition to base OS/2 requirement
(additional memory may be required depending on your C language
compiler)
o IBM M-Audio Capture and Playback Adapter/A (#3909, 87F9909) or
other audio adapter when supported with a device driver
o Hard disk with 15MB of free disk space
o PS/2 CD-ROM II internal driver (PS/2 Ultimedia Model 57 SLC) or
IBM PS/2 External CD-ROM Drive (Machine Type 3510, Model 002, P/N
6451321) or equivalent.
Other multimedia hardware products -- both IBM and OEM -- may
offer support for their hardware in Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
environments. Check the IBM or OEM multimedia hardware product
announcements for details of their device support.
Refer to the IBM Operating System/2 Information and Planning
Guide (G326-0160) for assistance in estimating total memory
requirements.
(1) Registered Trademark of Intel Corporation.
(R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
Corporation.
(TM) Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS:
o Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
- OS/2 Version 2 (P/N 84F7586)
o Multimedia Presentation Manager Toolkit/2
- OS/2 Version 2.0 (P/N 84F7586)
- IBM OS/2 2.0 Developer's Workbench (P/N 10G4333)
- IBM C Developer's Workset/2 (P/N 10G2995)
PLANNING INFORMATION
IBM MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION MANAGER/2: The following functions are
available in Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 and are comparable to
functions in multimedia products already in the marketplace.
o Media Control Interface Support
The Media Control Interface provides a consistent device
independent API between different Media devices, as initially
specified by IBM/Microsoft. The Media Control Interface
activates Media Control Drivers that communicate with the
multimedia device drivers. The Media Control Drivers tell the
device drivers what to do with the multimedia data. Examples of
these Media Control Interface commands include open and close
device, play, record, rewind, stop, pause, seek and query status.
o Waveform Audio Support
Provides the Media Control Driver for playing and
recording audio data.
o CD Digital Audio Support
Provides the Media Control Driver for playing and
controlling standard CD Digital Audio. The digital audio may be
played through a CD-ROM drive internal DAC and out of the CD-ROM
earphone jack, or streamed to a compatible audio adapter.
o MIDI Sequencing and Synthesizer support
Provides for Media Control of audio adapters that provide
internal synthesizer support of MIDI data.
o Amp/Mixer Support
Provides the Media Control of hardware supported mixing of
audio streams from two sources. An example of this function is
mixing a mono-wave track for background music and a foreground
voice over narration. It also provides control over the audio
adapter's settings, such as treble, bass, volume, balance and
pitch. In addition, it can be used to vary volume or balance
over time.
o Videodisc control
Provides for Media Control of an analog videodisc. The
Media Control Driver for the Pioneer LDV8000, 4400, and 4200
series will be included.
o Multimedia I/O Manager
Provides the basis of the Multimedia I/O (MMIO) subsystem,
which allows application independence from data object format.
The native data format types were initially specified by the
Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF), by IBM/Microsoft. In
addition, MMIO offers support for installable data handlers.
o M-Audio Capture And Playback Adapter Device Driver (including DOS
Virtual Machine AudioDD (Audio VDD) Interface Support)
This is the physical device driver for the M-ACPA. It
provides the AudioDD interface to OS/2 and DOS Virtual Machines
programs, as well as the physical device driver interface for
M-ACPA to the Audio and MIDI Media Control Drivers.
NOTE: With the Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 Audio VDD and
the Windows Multimedia Extensions installed as part of the WIN
OS/2 environment, then Windows Multimedia applications and
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 applications can run in a
single OS/2 2.0 system.
o Control Applets
- MM Setup
Allows the user to easily modify and fine tune his
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 configuration, associate
file types with multimedia devices, and control the system
close captioning flag. If an application uses audio
narration, it can query the state of the system close
captioning to decide whether close captioning is required.
o Media Player Applets
These applets are used to play different kinds of audio,
specifically digital audio files, MIDI files, and audio compact
discs. Each player is installed automatically if the system
configuration supports that type of audio. They can control any
audio device which supports simple Media Control commands like
play, stop, rewind, and seek.
Digital audio can also be recorded through a microphone or
line-in jack. The recording format is 8-Bit PCM 22Khz mono,
equivalent to FM Stereo. These digital audio files can be used
by products that use audio.
o MM Installation
This program installs the Multimedia Presentation
Manager/2 diskettes and the Multimedia Presentation Manager
Toolkit/2. It is a CUA (TM) application that minimizes the
requirements for user interaction via the OS/2 workplace shell
object oriented interface. It also provides the user with the
capability of installing Media Control Drivers and hardware
physical device drivers provided by other sources without having
to re-install the entire system.
The following multimedia functions are available only on the
OS/2 multimedia offering. Many of these functions are feasible only
due to the advantages of the OS/2 operating system base. The nature
of OS/2, being a preemptive multitasking operating system, with
multithreaded processing support, offers performance advantages to
the multimedia platform, where extremely high throughput rates are
required and multiple multimedia data streams are being processed
concurrently. In addition, the OS/2 multimedia product offers the
programming advantage of the flat memory model, which alleviates the
difficulties of managing segments for large programs and data object
handling characteristic of multimedia applications.
o Synchronization/Streaming Programming Interface
This provides the multimedia applications with control for
synchronizing multimedia data streams (such as audio and video).
It also provides the multimedia applications finer control of the
flow of his data streams to the media devices. Since the
Sync/Stream Manager uses the Fast Threads of OS/2 V2.0,
applications can have real time control of multimedia devices,
without impacting the system. The Sync/Stream Manager can also
be multi-tasked.
o Control Applet -- Volume Control
Allows a user to control audio output level on a system
wide basis, or to completely mute the output.
o CD-ROM/XA interleaved data and compressed audio support
This provides the Media Control Driver for splitting
CD-ROM/XA interleaved data and compressed audio, and plays the
audio stream through the audio adapter, while passing the data or
video stream to an application program.
o Extendable Data Object Format Support
MMIO data handlers, either from Multimedia Presentation
Manager/2 Release 1 or from an application provider, can be
installed into the system as an extension to MMIO. In addition
to RIFF support, Release 1 will provide MMIO Handlers for the
following data file formats:
- PCM, ADPCM Audio Files
- AVC Audio Files
- MIDI Format 0 and Format 1
- OS/2 Bitmaps
- M-Motion Still Images
- AVC Images
Data handlers can be written to support additional
MMIO controls for data translations. With these controls,
and the appropriate support in the data handler to perform
the translation, an application can work with media data
either in its native form, or in a media format native to
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2.
o Multimedia Data Converter Applet
This Applet provides a user interface to the installed
MMIO data handlers with translation support enabled, allowing a
user to convert his data files between the various data types for
which support is installed.
o Standard Multimedia PM Controls
Multimedia PM Controls, knobs (or circular sliders) and
animated pushbuttons are made available to all applications.
o Publication: Getting Started -- Introduces components of the
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 and assists with installation.
(TM) Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
IBM MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION MANAGER TOOLKIT/2: The following
functions are included in the Multimedia Presentation Manager
Toolkit/2:
o Sample Programs
- Duet Player I -- Illustrates the use of the command interface
of Media Control Interface to make an application device
independent. Allows the user to play, pause, stop, and
change volume of a song. Illustrates device grouping and
synchronization. Finally, it illustrates the concept of
incorporating multimedia into an applications help
information.
- Duet Player II -- This is the same as Duet Player I, except
it utilizes different hardware configurations in illustrating
minimal impact to the application.
- String Test -- Illustrates the use of the Interpretive String
interface of MCI. Also, the string test can be used as a
powerful debugging tool when developing media drivers.
- Clock Utility -- Displays an analog clock that chimes.
Illustrates the use of memory playlist to create sound
effects dynamically. Also, illustrates the use of the
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 closed captioning flag.
- AVC I/O Procedure Installation Utility -- Illustrates how an
application installs and de-installs a custom MMIO procedure.
- Case Converter I/O Proc -- This is a simple I/O procedure
that will convert characters from uppercase to lower and vise
versa. It illustrates the concept of writing a custom I/O
Proc and can be used as a template.
- Audio Media Driver Example -- Illustrates how to write a
media control driver to the media control interface of
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 for a streaming device.
- CD Media Driver Example -- Illustrates how to write a media
control driver to the media control interface of Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2 for a non-streaming device.
- File System Stream Handler Example -- Illustrates how to
write a device stream handler to the
synchronization/streaming programming interface of Multimedia
Presentation Manager/2.
o Utilities
- MIDI File Format Converter -- Converts MIDI files from format
one to format zero.
o Language Bindings -- OS/2 MM C language header files for the IBM
C compiler and the MASM language include files to support
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2.
o On-line Programming Reference -- Multimedia Presentation
Manager/2 details the functions, messages and data structures to
assist writing multimedia applications.
o Publications
- Getting Started -- Introduces components of the Multimedia
Presentation Manager Toolkit/2 and assists with its
installation.
PACKAGING: The Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 and Multimedia
Presentation Manager Toolkit/2 product packages contain:
CONTENTS DESCRIPTION:
o Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
- Two 3.5-inch diskettes
- Getting Started (publication)
- IBM Program License Agreement
- IBM Proof of License card
- Multimedia registration card
- License Information booklet
o Multimedia Presentation Manager Toolkit/2
- One CD-ROM
- Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
- Getting Started (publication)
- IBM Program License Agreement
- IBM Proof of License card
- Multimedia registration card
- License Information booklet
o Documentation Sold Separately
- Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 Programming Guide --
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 function described by
components (S41G-2919)
- Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 Programming Reference --
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 details on functions,
messages and data structures to enable writing
mulltimedia-based applications (S41G-2920)
- Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 Sample Program Workbook --
Sample programs to explain Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
functions (S41G-2921)
- CUA Guide to Multimedia User Interface Design --
Considerations for how to apply CUA concepts in a multimedia
environment (S41G-2922)
- OS/2 Multimedia Advantages -- OS/2 the multimedia platform of
choice (S41G-2923)
- Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 Technical Library --
Contains the five publications outlined above (S41G-3321).
(TM) Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
SECURITY, AUDITABILITY AND CONTROL
User management is responsible for evaluation, selection and
implementation of security features, administrative procedures and
appropriate controls in application systems and communication
facilities.
ORDERING ORDERING INFORMATION
Orders for new licenses will be accepted now. Unless a later
date is specified, orders entered prior to June 30, 1992, will be
assigned a schedule date of July 10, 1992. Shipment of backlogged
orders will commence on June 30, 1992. Orders entered after
June 30, 1992, will be scheduled for shipment in AAS on the Friday
following the week of order entry or as soon thereafter as supply
permits.
To order the programs in this announcement for order type,
specify the order type number, feature number, part number, program
name, media and quantity.
ORDER
TYPE FEATURE PART PROGRAM
NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER NAME MEDIA
5871-AAA 2592 04G3367 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager/2 3.5-inch
5871-AAA 2593 04G3369 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager
Toolkit/2 CD-ROM
5872-AAA 2594 41G3106 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager/2
Proof of
Additional
License
Certificate
5872-AAA 2595 41G3107 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager/2
Additional
License
5876-AAA 2596 41G2919 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager
Toolkit/2
Programming
Guide
5872-AAA 2856 10G6628 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager
Toolkit/2
Proof of
Additional
License
Certificate
5872-AAA 2855 10G6011 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager
Toolkit/2
Additional
License
5876-AAA 2597 41G2920 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager/2
Programming
Reference
5876-AAA 2598 41G2921 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager/2
Sample
Programs
Workbook
5876-AAA 2599 41G2922 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager/2
Common User
Access Guide
to Multimedia
User Interface
Design
5876-AAA 2528 41G2923 OS/2 Multimedia
Advantages
5876-AAA 2857 41G3321 Multimedia
Presentation
Manager/2
Technical
Library
The available order types are as follows:
o Program Package -- program diskette with documentation.
o Additional License Copies -- authorization for the customer who
has a program package to make a single copy of the program
diskette and documentation.
There are two ways to receive authorization to copy.
Receipt of the invoice authorizes the customer to make the
Additional License Copy. The ICA must be in effect. The
customer also has the option of ordering a Proof of Additional
License certificate. In which case, the ICA is not required.
Additional License Copies can be obtained through an authorized
remarketer.
o Documentation -- Separate documentation without program diskette.
IBM EDUCATION FULFILLMENT CENTER: The announced programs are
eligible to be ordered through the IBM Education Fulfillment Center.
Note that availability through the IBM Education Fulfillment Center
may not coincide with the programming availability dates noted in
other sections of this document.
The IBM Education Fulfillment Center is the order processing
location for selected Personal Computers and related
hardware/software for eligible education end-users.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
LICENSING: The programs in this announcement are licensed under the
terms and conditions of the IBM Program License Agreement. A copy of
the agreement is included in the program package.
ADDITIONAL LICENSE: IBM Customer Agreement (ICA) must be in effect,
or Proof of Additional License certificate must be acquired.
LIMITED WARRANTY: Program: Yes. Media: Three months.
Additional Licenses: Yes. Media: Not applicable.
PROGRAM SERVICES: Central Service, including the IBM Support Center,
will be available for 12 months following June 30, 1992, but not
later than June 30, 1993.
Programs in this announcement are supported by Service Support
and Applications (SSA) Boca Raton, FL. Access to this support center
will be provided through the IBM Support Center.
The statement of service included in the program package
describes this service.
CUSTOMER FULFILLMENT OPTION: Yes.
VOLUME DISCOUNT: Volume discounting is available under the terms and
conditions of the IBM Customer Agreement (ICA) and the Exhibit for
Personal Computer/System Programs. The programs in this announcement
are included in the Eligible Program List for Personal
Computer/System Programs. They may be added to the applicable
category in the space provided on the Eligible Program List. Program
Packages are included in Category A under 5871-AAA. Additional
licenses are included in Category A under 5872-AAA.
TESTING PERIOD: Two months for up to three licenses.
IBM Customer Agreement (ICA) must be in effect.
NATIONAL EDUCATION LICENSE FEE: A National Education License Fee
(NELF) is available under the terms and conditions of the Education
Allowance Attachment . The NELF, which represents a 30% discount off
the single unit price, is not subject to any further discount or
allowance.
CHARGES
PROGRAM
NAME/ ONE-TIME
NUMBER ORDER TYPE CHARGE
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2
04G3367 Program Package
3.5 inch $125
41G3106 Proof of Additional
Licenses Certificate 96
41G3107 Additional Licenses 96
Multimedia Presentation Manager Toolkit/2
04G3369 Program Package
CD-ROM 199
10G6628 Proof of Additional
Licenses Certificate 152
10G6011 Additional Licenses 152
ADDITIONAL LICENSES CHARGE: Customers who pay a one-time charge for
additional licenses may copy machine-readable program materials and
printed documentation previously acquired from IBM in a program
package. One copy may be made for each additional license ordered.


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