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What have you learned from your audience feed evaluation 3
What have you learned from your audience feed evaluation 3
What have you learned from your audience feed evaluation 3
What have you learned from your audience feed evaluation 3
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What have you learned from your audience feed evaluation 3

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  • 1. My feedback for my final video shows theimprovement from my feedback of therough cut. This allowed me to improve myfinal video. I also came up with moreideas after my feedback from the roughcut was given. During this time I learnthow to use Vegas to a better standardand learnt how to put effects on my clipssuch h as the dark black and whitecontrast and the effect swirl on the carsgoing past on the motor way. Throughboth my rough cut feedback and up toodate feedback it shows that the finalvideo was largely improved.A lot more visuallyinteresting than therough cut.The shots were nowtimed in with themusicSpecialeffectswere notshown inthe roughcut butusedregally inthe finalversionCamera shotsand angleswere cutproperly whilein the roughcut itremainedunfinishedThe video isa lot moreinterestingto watchthan therough cut.The trackused fits inwith thevideo.
  • 2. Feedback on my rough cut From my first audience feed back I discovered the changes I needed to maketo my music video. This allowed me to improve and make my video morefitted for my target audience (Young adults and teenagers). I kept most of my early ideas such as the gas mask and some of my cameraangles in the rough cut the same but started off with the first shots being inblack and white with a dark contrast. This made the video more interestingto watch and created the abnormal effect to my music video. From myaudience feed back I choose to use this because most people explained thatit worked well and fitted in with the track I am using.
  • 3. Feedback on advert and digi pack My first Digi pack and Adverts where a lotmore basic than my final version. For my firstrough for the magazine adverts I usedMicrosoft word and followed the normalconventions of a magazine advert with thepicture either in the top or bottom of the pagewith the title in a large font. I used picturesfrom Google such as illusional effects to createthe abnormal look I was looking for in myvideo. For the Digi pack I used MicrosoftPowerPoint and created a basic layout for aDigi pack and used a few pictures to showindividual layers. For my final work I used different programssuch as Adobe Photoshop. This allowed me toedit images and fonts to fit the look I wantedto create. For my magazine advert I used thegas mask with smoke around it and for theDigi pack I took pictures of the main characterand edited these to make the character looklike he is on fire and the close up of the gasmask. A image which is shown in every shot.
  • 4. The importance of audience feed back Audience feedback played a large result in my final productsand methods I used. By making questionairs I found out moreabout my target audience. This gave me ideas such as whatpace the music should be and how long the track should goon for. The feedback from the audience also gave me ideason what I should keep the same in my video and change.Without audience feedback I would have little idea of whatpeople expect from a drum and bass track.

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