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    • Media Studies Evaluation Question 3 By Holly Crossley Turner
    • 3) What have you learned from audience feedback?
      • In order to receive audience feedback I conducted a basic questionnaire. The questionnaire included the following questions:
      • *Did you like the video?
      • *What would you rate the video out of 10?
      • *What was your favourite part?
      • *What was your least favourite part?
      • *How would you improve it?
      • I believe that these questions pretty much cover everything I need to know about my video. I asked a total of 10 people, a mixture of males and females.
    • 1)Did you like the video? When asked this question 8 people responded with yes and 2 people responded with no. This means that 80% of people liked my video which tells me my video was a success.
    • What would you rate my video out of 10?
      • Once I had received all the answers to this question I added them all up to get the total and then divided the total by 10 to get the average.
      • The average score was 7.4 out of 10. This shows me that my video was generally well liked
      • however there is rooms for
      • improvement as the result
      • wasn’t a perfect 10.
    • What was your favourite part?
      • When asked this
      • question some of the
      • answers included:
      • “ the range of different
      • people”
      • “ it made me laugh”
      • “ it made me smile”
      • “ the people who really
      • went for it when they
      • were miming”
      • “ the nature parts”
    • What was your least favourite part?
      • When I received the answers for this question some of the answers included:
      • “ the green fuzz around the artist in front of the green screen”
      • “ some people didn’t know the song that well which means their lip synching didn’t look that good”
      • These answers came up multiple times.
    • How would you improve it?
      • Some of the answers included –
      • “ I would do the green screen part better”
      • “ I wouldn’t have used the people who struggled with the lyrics”
      • “ I would have used even more people”
    • Reflection on the comments made
      • I was really pleased with the answers from the question ‘What was your favourite part?' as the fact that my video was making people laugh and smile shows that my idea for a feel good video worked.
      • I also agreed with the answers for ‘What was your least favourite part?’ as they are similar to my own opinions. However, I can justify some of the problems within my video. for instance, the green screen is not perfect yet it adds a summery feel to my video which would not have been there otherwise and for this reason I believe it was worth putting up with a slight green fuzz. Another example is whilst some of the audience didn’t like it when the actors weren’t word perfect with their miming, I on the other hand felt it was appropriate to keep it in as it looks amusing which reinforces the idea of my video being a feel good, fun, happy video.