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  1. 1. Salford City CollegeEccles CentreCreative Media Production1Use of text:(Title, Credits, animated captions, stings,indents, interactive menus, web banner)Keith Lemon – Celebrity Juice – Too Juicy for TV interactive menuhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhjEAHBSYhwBrief description:What do you see?This menu comprises of a very retro eighties “Andy Warhol” style scenery with painted on hairand face outline, with Keith Lemons real face in the centre, speaking directly to the viewerintroducing what the DVD is, he then continues to pull faces and look in the direction of theoptions. With options for “The Best Bits” “Unseen” “Outtakes” “Run VT” “Too Juicy for TV”“Backstage tour” “Do not Watch this” “Play all” and “Set up”Techniques used:Animation, Visual Effects, Colour Rendering,Graphics, MovementThe techniques used in this video is that, with the visual graphics it has been done in the styleof an eighties Andy Warhol painting, with neon and a big sign with the lightbulb outlinesurrounding it of “Celebrity Juice” with a visual effect of Keith Lemons shoulders flashing awhite colour from pink, and also the colours comprise of pink/purple/green and blue, withdifferent variations of each colour. The movement being Keith Lemon moving around.Advanced techniques:Blur, Sharpen, Distortion, Rotation, OpacityThe only technique that is advanced that I can see is that of rotation, there being a rotatinganimation behind Keith Lemons head.Technical comments:Video Format, Screen Ratio, Resolution,Frame rate, CompressionWith the video format, I think that the most common format it would be in would be DVD (as itis a DVD), with the screen ratio generally being 4:3 which is the standard. With resolutionbeing anywhere from 480p to 1080p or 720i to 1080p depending on the television, with theindustry standard of 24 fps.

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