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IE Award, Tamaki SATO, S13544, Island School, Secondary Research - Existing Videos Research

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  • 1. Secondary Research: Existing Videos Research
  • 2. Video 1; Oatmeal Moisturizing Winter Bath BombVideo screenshot annotations: Camera is set at an angle so the Using text as sub-headings as a guide viewers are able to see what she is and with photos of the product doing. Uses a tripod to avoid Includes wobbly-ness and distraction. text in the video to guide the viewers while showing the steps
  • 3. Video 1; Oatmeal Moisturizing Winter Bath Bomb• Target audience: Aimed towards teenagers who are preparing Christmas gifts for their friends• URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pk6ctUy0BW0&list=PLgZl0K_JvOVpsSHOmk01fG8uaumuA6oud&index=2• Author:BeautySplurge on YouTube• Purpose: A DIY video tutorial in showing how you can make your own creative bath bombs for friends• Elements of the video I like: I liked how her final product (bath bomb) was very unique and creative. Her voice was very clear and easy to understand. The video was a bit long as it was 6 minutes, however I was too drawn into the video because of its creativity and originality, I did not notice until the end. The music in the background matched the Christmas theme of the video. She used good video editing skills, as she showed some simple special effects on such as fast forwarding, including background music and voicing over the video.• Elements of the video I dislike: The angling of her camera because sometimes it was not easy to see what she was physically doing.• Any features I think is missing: none
  • 4. Video 2; DIY: Galaxy ShirtVideo screenshot annotations: Includes text in the video to guide the viewers while showing the steps Photo of the Introducing the final materials needed in product order to make these galaxy shirts Showing what to do: peeling off the tape after the paint has dried.
  • 5. Video 2; DIY: Galaxy Shirt• Target audience: Aimed towards artistic teenagers• URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOkaRy8PTvU&list=PLUdsxxebic5ly4oG6eVi5eLXztG-khZtg&index=4• Author: chicforless on YouTube• Purpose: To teach the viewers a way of turning plain shirts into trendy, fashionable galaxy shirts.• Elements of the video I like: I liked how even though the video was narrated with another language (that I couldn’t understand), the video’s step-to-step guide made it very easy for me to understand what I was supposed to do in order to make a galaxy shirt. I also liked how she had introduced the materials we needed at the beginningin order to make the shirt. I liked how she used simple music in the background as it doesn’t catch too much attention as that is not an element that viewers focus on. I also like her use of effects with the video camera zooming in and the fast- forwarding effect.• Elements of the video I dislike: I did not like how she did not use a tripod in this video in some parts therefore it was very wobbly and distracting.• Any features I think is missing: I think she could have filmed more of the final product, for example herself wearing it outside, and film how it looks like instead of just one photo at the end.
  • 6. Video 3; DIY: Dye studded shorts Showing how to Good use of editing skills: Showing two video clips on one cut a hole inVideo screenshot annotations: screen at the same time your shorts Introducing the materials needed Showing dyeing Showing the process process and method of adding the studs Showing the onto the shorts final product – not clear!
  • 7. Video 3; DIY: Dye studded shorts• Target audience: Teenagers and adults• URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4u42_3M_3nw&list=PLUdsxxebic5ly4oG6eVi5eLXztG-khZtg• Author: MissFrench14 on YouTube• Purpose: To teach how to change plain shorts or jeans into attractive and fashionable dye studded shorts• Elements of the video I like: I like how the video was very clear and understandable. I liked the use of effects such as fast-forwarding and the playing two videos at once next to each other. Her camera was good quality and focused on the object well. I liked how the video was a tutorial to make studded shorts as they are very trendy and fashionable, however most are expensive to buy, therefore by having this tutorial, it teaches people how to make them at a more cheap price.• Elements of the video I dislike: I didn’t like how the video was very long. It was 8 minutes and it was starting to get boring towards the end. I think she should’ve been more precise and cut out the areas that was not necessary.• Any features I think is missing: A clear shot of the final product from different angles. She could’ve shown herself wearing the shorts to show what they actually look like when a person is wearing them.
  • 8. Video 4; DIY Hot trends – Punk out your Flats with AppliquéVideo screenshot annotations: IntroducingClear view showing materials needed towhat you need to do. make new flatsCamera placed on atripod to avoidwobbly0ness anddistraction. Effects:zooming in Text saying what you need to do Video clips showing the final product physically worn outside of the house to show what product looks Shows all the like when individual steps exposed in clearly sunlight
  • 9. Video 4; DIY Hot trends – Punk out your Flats with Appliqué• Target audience:• URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mj4rtjyYfG8&list=PLUdsxxebic5ly4oG6eVi5eLXztG-khZtg• Author: stylehaul on YouTube• Purpose: To “punk out your plain flats with some neon lace!”• Elements of the video I like: The use of effects of zooming in and zooming out. I also liked the fast-forwarding effect. I also liked how she used a tripod when filming this video so the clips were not wobbly. I liked how there was no narration but text used on the videos instead, with catchy music in the background, but was still very understandable. I liked the presentation of the final product, as she showed it with herself or someone physically wearing the flats outside. Good quality video clips. I also like how it was under 3 minutes. Short and concise. The video looked very professional.• Elements of the video I dislike: none• Any features I think is missing: none
  • 10. Conclusion to existing solutions research…• I think the best DIY video out of the 4 I have analyzed and assessed previously is “DIY Hot trends – Punk out your Flats with Appliqu锕 I think this because not only was the video clear and easy to understand, it was very concise and went straight into the point.• The video was less than 3 minutes, which kept the audiences attention without them getting bored.• The video was able to get its message across to its audience as they used text to instead of narration, and they have background music to cover the silence.• They used various video editing effects such as fast forwarding and zooming in.• They had a good quality camera with good quality clips.• They placed the camera on the tripod to avoid wobbly-ness and distraction.• They had clear audiences and aims, as they wanted to punk out plain boring flats, and turn them into new, attractive fashion items. This shows they have done their research into what is currently trendy and what is not.