Project #2 Evaluation

Broadcasting I Students:

Please answer the following questions.  Students must answer all questions in complete sentences.  Please use an email address that you currently use.  – Coach Webb

  1. What time element did you use in your video? Why?
  1. Name a different time method you could have used.
  1. What was the most difficult part of shooting the push up sequence?
  1. What was the most difficult part of editing the push up sequence?
  1. What was the most challenging part of the editing phase?
  1. List three things that you could have done to make the video flow better?
  1. What was your favorite video (it doesn’t have to be your own)? Why?
  1. What did you learn from other videos that you can use in your next project?

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Scott Webb
AV Production Teacher - Walker Valley High School - Cleveland, Tennessee. Host of the WV SportsZone and The Finish Line on Talk 101.3 The Buzz. Scott is married to Jessica, a 3rd Grade teacher at Charleston Elementary, and has two kids: Megan and Tyler (both WVHS graduates). Contact Scott via email - swebb@bradleyschools.org

38 Comments on "Project #2 Evaluation"

  1. #1 One of the many time elements i used was the cropping of running down the hallway and then i got a shot of me running up to the football field instead of going through the whole school.
    #2 I could have used words and said 2 days later.
    #3 The most difficult part was trying to make it look realistic by how much space was between the feet and the wall.
    #4 The most difficult part was flipping the video.
    #5 The most challenging part was not making it look so choppy.
    #6 3 things i could have changed would be not using so many different scenes, less theme changing, and making the video longer.
    #7 My favorite video would probably be the push competition. I loved the way they used their time element, and great use of angles.
    #8 I learned that i need to use more angles.

  2. 1.The time element I used in my video was skipping forward 50 years. I used this to show what they two characters were doing in the future..
    2.I also could have speed up time or slowed it down.
    3.The most difficult part of shooting the push up scene was trying to make it look as realistic as possible.
    4.The most difficult part of editing the push up scene was trying to make sure it all flowed together well.
    5.The most challenging part of the editing phase itself was cropping the two guys into one shot and making the audio flow well.
    6.Three things that I could have changed would be the length of the video, I could have made things flow a little bit better and tried to experiment a bit more with different angles.
    7 My favorite video was the Hitman video because I liked the flow of it.
    8.I learned that longer doesn’t always mean better

  3. #1 One of the many time elements we used was during the stalking. We sped it up so it drag on forever. We also skipped forward 3 days.
    #2 We could of made the speeding up more distinct.
    #3 The most difficult part was getting the camera at the right angle.
    #4 Finding a spot to put it because we didn’t really have an exact place to put it.
    #5 Making the video flow and not be so choppy.
    #6 Three things we could of changed is we could of not done so many different scenes, less theme changing, and making the video longer.
    #7 My favorite would probably be the pushup competition. I loved the way they used their time element, and great use of different angles.
    #8 I learned that we need to use more angles.

  4. 1. One time element that we used was the fast forwarding if the 3 days and showing her stalking me. Another one was when we did the slow motion back flip
    2. Flash backs
    3. Gettin the camera angle in the perfect position to convince the audience
    4. Turning it to look like a real push up
    5 the fast forwarding and getting it perfect but still able to tell what it was.
    6. Less transitions
    7. Mine honestly we were really proud of it cause of all the different angles we used and time
    8. Less transitions and better audio.

  5. 1- I used the speed up time element. So we could try and make it look like we were running really fast.
    2- Reversing time.
    3- Having to crawl across the floor.
    4- Cutting the video and shaping it all out. Such as the sides and the front.
    5-Putting in the music and audio.
    6- Stop the transitions and blackouts.
    7- Supper Conner. I loved the fast forward scene and the people on the shoulder.
    8- The people on the shoulder scene. It would be great to make an amazing video.

  6. 1. We used the speed up element to make it seen as if we’re actually being thrown and pushed back
    2. I think we could have used the slow-mo effect at least once.
    3. We did not use the push up effect, we used the pencil one. I was trying to be original.
    4. Once again, we used a pencil, not a push up.
    5. Inputting the llama and her face and having the video continue all at the same time.
    6. We could have taken out my panic attack, sped up the power introduction scene just a little, and we could have taken out other unnecessary parts from the video.
    7. The Spy School. It was just so amazing, and it used every element of time, and it used space elements extraordinarily as well!
    8. Have an easier story line, we sorta messed up on that one.

  7. 1. Fast Forward and Slow Motion. We used them to create the characters speeding throughout the halls and the more intense parts more intense by making them slow.

    2. We could have used words describing how much longer it was throughout the whole thing instead of just having someone saying yesterday. We could have shown a scene of him taking the first person’s ID.

    3. The most difficult was trying to make it look like he was actually doing a push-up on the floor instead of on the wall.

    4. Speeding up the push-ups or making it seem realistic when he tripped.

    5. The most difficult part was turning the green suit red using adobe.

    6. It would have been better if we had more of a plot, it wasn’t so choppy or it flowed better together.

    7. Hitman

    8. I learned to have better concepts of the video or plot. I also learned that flashbacks might have work better.

  8. 1. We used slow motion on the back flip.
    2. We could have used the fast forward time element.
    3. Getting the right angle.
    4. Nothing was really difficult about that part.
    5. Getting everything to flow nicely.
    6. Don’t have as many cut aways, use different angles, and have music.
    7. My favorite was the hitman because it was funny.
    8. Use more angles

  9. Stephanie Rigsby | September 17, 2013 at 9:19 am | Reply

    1. The time elements we used were speeding up, slowing down, and cutting parts of running down the hallway. We decided to use different elements so it was a complete waste of video footage.
    2. instead of a voice-over we could have did a flashback, so everyone would be able to see and hear what was going on.
    3. Making sure you couldn’t see the floor or other walls, so it looked the real floor. Also making it look like he fell into the pushup was difficult.
    4. speeding it up and making it look like he did “Thousands..” of push ups in a few seconds.
    5. Well our video was about the super hero “Flash” and we didn’t have a red body suit just a green one. We then learned how to make the green suit red during the editing process, It was fun to do, but hard to make it look right.
    6. Show him walking less, slow down a little more, and make the music set the mood.
    7. The Push-Up Competition 2013, it was original, fun, and there angles was great.
    8. Don’t use just one song for the whole video. LESS IS MORE!

  10. 1. We fast forwarded the video and slowed it down. We used it to establish how fast he is.

    2. We could have used flashback. We would have used them to tell more about the plot.

    3. The hardest part was making it look realistic.

    4. The hardest part of editing the push-up sequence was speeding it up to make it look like I was doing it really fast.

    5. The most challenging part of editing was keying in the red color for the green suit.

    6. We could have used better transitions, slowing it down a bit more and pick better music for the video to set the tone.

    7. A Day In The Life of Peter Parker. They used good music to set the tone and had a good plot.

    8. We can find a better concept.

  11. 1) We showed a flashback in time
    2) We could have used slow motion
    3) Making the transition from Charlie falling to doing the push up scene go smoothly
    4) Making da transition go smoothly
    5) Making everything flow
    6) Be better at editing, better angles, and better transitions
    7) The spiderman one
    8) More angles

  12. 1) We showed future foreshadowing that Whitley was stolen.

    2)We could have sped time up and or slowed it down.

    3)Getting everything done in time.

    4)we had to retake the shots several times and get it to flow like she fell.

    5)The Audio was hard to put together.

    6) The Three so many different scenes, less theme changing, and making the video longer.

    7)The Spy Acadamy Cause it was comical well edited and looked like it had a good story plot.

    8)We Need to gat better story lines.

  13. 1.Space element for the pushups.
    2. Speeding it up.
    3.The push up with no hands.
    4. Finding the right location.
    5.Getting it were the story is understandable
    6.More details to the story , start with that story, different camera angles.
    7. The spider man one. It was funny.
    8. Using different camera angles.

  14. 1. fast forward
    2. slowing down
    3. making the angles right
    4. it wasn’t difficult
    5. choosing the music
    6. better angles
    7. mine because of our mugging scene
    8. nothing except the color changing thing not sure what it’s called though

  15. Khristian cross | September 17, 2013 at 7:04 pm | Reply

    1.i sped it up as well as slowed it down and i cut it from one location to the next.
    2.i could have reversed it.
    3.getting the push up to look real.
    4.the push up scene was actualy easy to edit.
    5.getting it to run smooth
    6.shot better scenes, added a few transitions, edited a bit better
    7.i liked push up competition ,the angles wre good and they seemed to be enjoying themselves while actually acting
    8.i should add a few conversations.

  16. 1.) Flash sideways, because we wanted to see what it would be like in an alternate reality.
    2.) Showing multiple different things happening at once, flash forward or backward.
    3.) Making it look realistic, as in making sure there are no doors on the wall or posters and making sure the feet are close enough t the wall.
    4.) Making sure the music went along with the beat of the pushups.
    5.) Overlapping audio and making different peoples voices match up with the other persons movement.
    6.) Not been so choppy on cutting the audio in and out and putting a low background music across the whole video.
    7.) Spy Academy, I though it flowed well together and was put together in a nice format and was enjoyable to watch.
    8.) Background music helps, different camera angles makes the video more interesting.

  17. 1) Skipping the running of Dr. Splitatious

    2. A flash back

    3. Figuring out the camera angle.

    4. Editing out the parts that didn’t look authentic.

    5. Putting the perfect music to each part.

    6. Taken out the transitions, made more camera angles, and to make better sound.

    7. I liked ours because of the comedy and preparation behind it.

    8. Making better transitions.

  18. Charlie Beshears | September 18, 2013 at 9:42 am | Reply

    1) Flashback. To show why something was happening in our video.
    2) Slow Motion.
    3) Making it look realistic.
    4) It wasn’t difficult at all.
    5) Finding the right music.
    6) Keep constant shots. In the scene where spenser teleports I could have stayed more still. The planning scene was way to long.
    7) A day in the life of Peter Parker. It was the funniest of all the videos.
    8) We can edit better than some of the other groups.

  19. 1) Flashback. To show why something why nate wanted to hire the hitman.
    2) Slow Motion.
    3) Making it look realistic.
    4) It wasn’t all that hard
    5) finding music to fit the movie is always hard to do. out of over 5000 songs, you gotta choose one for the scene.
    6) Keeping constant talking shots. In the scene where i teleported charlie could have stayed more still. we could have taken the whole scene with the hitman planning out and changed the scene into something new.
    7) A day in the life of Peter Parker. it was my favorite video.
    8) we can use new and different angles to show another person is talking

  20. 1) The Time element of our video was a flash back. We used that to show a part of the story that happened in the past.
    2) Another Time element that we could have used would be slow motion.
    3) The most difficult part of shooting the push up would be making it look realistic.
    4) The most difficult part of editing the push up would be making it flow smoothly with the rest of the video.
    5) The most difficult part of the editing phase was making every thing fit together and having flow smoothly.
    6) We could have taken longer shots instead of a lot of short shots, we could have not moved the camera as much, and we could have spoken louder so we could get better audio.
    7) My favorite video was “A Day in the life of Peter Parker” because it was very funny.
    8) I learned that there’s a lot of others things that could be used in the shooting phase instead of just shots.

  21. 1- We used when I was running outside to me running inside. Then I was running through the hall.
    2- Flash backs
    3- Turning the camera the right way to make it look like he was climbing up the wall.
    4- Turning it to make it look like he was on the wall.
    5- Finding the right music to put in the video for it to go with it.
    6- We could have put less transitions.
    7- I like the Peter Parker one because, it was funny and I’m a funny guy.
    8- We could use more camera angles and less transitions.

  22. 1.) We used chronological time in our video.

    2.) We should have used slow motion in our video.

    3.) The most difficult part was finding the right location

    4.) The most difficult part of editing was syncing the push ups with the music.

    5.) The most challenging part of the editing phase was finding all the right shots and putting them in order.

    6.) We could have used more transitions, had more angles, and done more conversation pieces to make our video flow better.

    7.) My favorite video was the one that Conner’s group made.

    8.) I learned from other videos that you can do voice overs, or do slow motion or fast motion.

  23. #1 we used a flash back to show that she could she the past and future.

    #2 We could have sped things up or put them in slow motion.

    #3 The hardest part was putting the camera into the right place to make it not look like she was on a wall.

    #4 To try and make it not look out of place.

    #5 Trying to make sure you can hear the audio and not sound choppy.

    #6 Take out unneeded scenes, less transitions, and not so many different scenes.

    #7 My favorite film was the spy film. It seemed to be put together and flow the best.

    #8 Keep it moving better and not so many dead scenes.

  24. #1 For our time element , we sped up the chase scene to give it more a comical feeling.

    #2 Another time element we could have done is we could have reversed time.

    #3 The hardest part of shooting the push-up scene was probably figuring out which angle to use.

    #4 the hardest part of editing the push-up scene was probably making it look realistic by making sure all doorways and windows were edited out of frame.

    #5 keeping the flow , but we did it ! 🙂

    #6 Our video flowed really well, Miranda was great .. we probably could have done better , but I don’t see how .

    #7 Our video was my favorite , because it had the best story line and the others were kinda random …or boring . random is good but only if it is funny 🙂

    #8 To incorporate music into our videos.

  25. 1) We used flash sideways for the time element because we wanted to see what the a different reality would look like.
    2) A different time element we could have used would be flash forward.
    3) The most difficult thing was making it look believable.
    4) Either the music or when we switched places and it showed us doing different things was the hardest part to edit.
    5) Making the audio overlap.
    6) Not make the audio so choppy, make the movement match up with the audio, and putting a low sound of music in the background.
    7) the pushup competition was my favorite because it was to the point and had good angles. 8) To add music in the background.

  26. 1)For our time element , we sped up the chase scene to give it more a comical feeling.
    2) We could have sped things up or put them in slow motion
    3.) Making it look realistic, as in making sure there are no doors on the wall or posters and making sure the feet are close enough t the wall.
    4.) The most difficult part of editing was syncing the push ups with the music.
    5) finding music to fit the movie is always hard to do. out of over 5000 songs, you gotta choose one for the scene.
    6) We could have taken longer shots instead of a lot of short shots, we could have not moved the camera as much, and we could have spoken louder so we could get better audio.
    7.) My favorite video was the one that Conner’s group made.
    8) I learned that there’s a lot of others things that could be used in the shooting phase instead of just shots.

  27. 1.we went 50 years later.
    2. we could slow it down.
    3.quit laughing.
    4.to get the right times of us not laughing which was a lot.
    5.doing a spilt screen to make us say something at once.
    6.the length of the video
    7.the days in the life of peter parker, cause it was funny and spider man is awesome
    8.to not make long videos

  28. 1.We sped up our footage to make the chase scene seem comical, and slowed down our villian’s introduction to make him seem more intimidating.

    2. We could have used a parallel time element.

    3. Making sure people didn’t walk across the “wall” Katelyn was climbing up proved to be pretty taxing, since we were filming the floor of the hallway.

    4. We had to cut off the footage before Katelyn’s feet came into view, because they made it obvious that she was crawling on the floor and it would ruin the illusion.

    5. The hardest part was making sure the music was as long or as short as we needed it to be, so that it matched the video and the mood we were trying to set.

    6. We could have had better transitions or perhaps added slides that said something along the lines of “three months of training later”.

    7. I liked the video were they imagined switching bodies. I liked how the guy did the voice over while he was in the girl’s body.

    8. I learned how to do a Voice over from watching the other groups’ videos.

  29. 1) We used chronological order (sequence). We liked this one because it matched our story very well.
    2) We could have tried using the “slow motion” method during the pushups.
    3) Making sure there were no background structures that gave away the illusion of the pushup being on the ground instead of the wall.
    4) There was not many difficult parts in editing the pushup scene, but making sure that there was a sequence including music, was very crucial.
    5) Getting everything to flow smoothly and having good music.
    6) We could have:
    1. Made the scenes longer
    2. Using more music.
    3. Adding scenes that showed us talking behind the back, up close. ect.
    7) I liked the 2 block’s video with the morph suits because it had a very organized time line/story line.
    8) We will add more scenes that show us having a conversation and showing more camera angles.

  30. 1. For my time element I used slow down to make the video longer.
    2. Speed up to make it funny.
    3. Getting the world or camera to shift at the right time.
    4. To make it look real and in order.
    5. Getting everything to look in order and make sense while making it very funny.
    6. Flashbacks, more cut scenes, and make it seem to realistic.
    7. Mine it was funny when it got to the ending.
    8. Use more audio affects and maybe some video effects.

  31. #1 speed up time
    #2 slowing down time
    #3 moving the panicle a lot to make it look like I dragged the panicle towards me
    #4 cutting things out
    #5 making things look like they were being pulled toward you
    #6 music, transitions and sound are the three things we could have done better
    #7 WV high was my favorite video because they made it look like they actually hit the guy and there transitions were good
    #8 to use music that effects the mood

  32. 1. We used flash foward in are vidoe to that the person had super power. 2. Back and forth time. 3.the tilting. 4.Wasgetting it just right with video we all ready shoot 5.the effects like cross fend. 6.better at acting and supensefulness ; the fight scene need to be more action packed ; the flash forwarding to the next scene 7. Mystery girls because it was fun to shoot. 8.The flowiness of changeing scenes

  33. 1. Speed time element, it made us seem like we went faster
    2. Another name is reversing time.
    3. People trying to walk over us.
    4. getting it to look like it’s up the wall.
    5. Trying to edit the speed time.
    6. Transitions, black outs, and trying not to make it too fast.
    7. The one where they switched bodies. It was very creative.
    8. To do a voice over,

  34. Blayne Carroll | October 4, 2013 at 9:17 am | Reply

    1) One of our elements was the time element where we had someone running outside and then cut forward to him in the halls.
    2) We could have sped up the video or used a flashback
    3) The most difficult part was trying to get the camera angle to seem as if he was going up the wall
    4) trying to edit the speed and flow of the shot
    5) Getting the videos to transfer with a good flow and not be choppy
    6) Wecould have used less transitions. We could have used better switching scenes. And we could have not had empty black space between some shots
    7) My favorite video was mine because we put a lot of hard work into it and it was very funny to watch and it was just a goofy video.
    8) I learned how to use the transitions better, how to speed up and slow down the speed of the video, and how to shoot as much video as possible to get the best quality of the whole video.

  35. Austin Norman | October 4, 2013 at 9:19 am | Reply

    1.We used the cut scene time element, out gaps in time to skip ahead. 2. We could have used the slow motion time element. 3.The hardest part was getting the angle just right. 4. the most difficult part of editing was flipping the camera angle. 5. to get all the scenes and sequences to fit together and look organized. 6. We could have had smoother cut scenes, the camera angles could’ve been better spaced to make it flow better, as well as making our movements smoother. 7. Our video because of the fight scenes. 8. The other videos were more creative.

  36. Jake Poulakis | October 4, 2013 at 9:20 am | Reply

    1)We used the time element of showing a shot at one end then a separate shot at the other end(not following the whole shot)
    2)We could’ve used a “50 years later” type of element.
    3)Setting up the camera was the most difficult part.
    4)The most difficult part was finding music to fit.
    5)The most difficult part was editing everything into the right order.
    6)We could’ve not had some many jump cuts.
    7)Ours, a Day in the Life of Peter Parker, because it was hilarious.
    8)To not be as jumpy with the transitions.

  37. Cedric Gilbert | October 14, 2013 at 12:00 am | Reply

    1.Space element for the pushups.
    2. Speeding it up.
    3.The push up with no hands.
    4. Finding the right location.
    5.Getting it were the story is understandable
    6.More details to the story , start with that story, different camera angles.
    7. The spider man one. It was funny.
    8. Using different camera angles.

  38. 1)We used the space element for the pushups. We made our actors do the pushups on a wall and we tilted the camera to make it look like they were doing real pushups. We did this because it was easier to do impossible pushups (doing pushups on one finger, etc.)

    2)We could’ve sped up the running sequence. It would’ve kept the audience’s attention better.

    3)The most difficult part of filming the sequence was finding an empty wall. If there wasn’t an empty wall you would’ve been able to tell the pushups were fake.

    4)The most difficult part of editing the pushup scene would be flipping the camera angle. We had to flip it horizontally so you could tell that he was doing the pushups and not leaning on a wall.

    5)The most challenging part would be putting the clips in order. We had a lot of clips and it was difficult trying to organize them in such a short time.

    6) The first thing would be to speed up the running sequence. The second thing would have to be the use of camera angles while having a conversation. The third thing would have to be the use of transitions.

    7)It would have to be our video. I love the plot and the use of music. The music fit perfectly with a lot of the scenes.

    8) We could use different camera angles. Keeping one camera angle for the whole scene can get boring.

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