Space and Time Project Evaluation – September 2015

AV PRODUCTION 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 Space element?
  1. What was the most difficult part of editing the Space element?
  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?

About the Author

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

15 Comments on "Space and Time Project Evaluation – September 2015"

  1. What time element did you use in your video? Why?
    The time element was skipping forward, so we didn’t show us walking the whole time.
    Name a different time method you could have used.
    We could have also, teleported there for the time element.
    What was the most difficult part of shooting the push up sequence?
    Getting everyone to remember their lines was most definitely the most difficult part.
    What was the most difficult part of editing the push up sequence?
    The most difficult part of editing was getting the voice-overs to go where they were needed.
    What was the most challenging part of the editing phase?
    The most challenging part of editing was getting the voice-overs to go where they were needed.
    List three things that you could have done to make the video flow better?
    We could have not cut straight to the next part so often.
    We could have made the video cut when it should be.
    We could have added better transitions between scenes.
    What was your favorite video (it doesn’t have to be your own)? Why?
    My favorite was our video because, it was so bad that it was funny.
    What did you learn from other videos that you can use in your next project?
    I learned that adding layers to videos is easier than i first thought.

  2. 1) The time element we used was cutting to us running in different places, from the stairs to the sign, and to a room in the future.
    2) A different time method we could have used is slow/fast motion because it would have made it more dramatic.
    3) The most difficult part of shooting the push up sequence was getting the lines right.
    4) The most difficult part of editing was editing the green screen part and getting everything right.
    5) The most challenging part of the editing phase was the voice over part and getting it in the right place.
    6) Three things we could have done to make the video flow better is do more over the shoulder shots, do different shots instead of the one long one with the voice, and do a better job with the lines.
    7) My favorite video was the gravity button because it was the best put together in my opinion.
    8) I learned that we could use slow motion and cuts to manipulate what the audience sees to make it look like we manipulated gravity.

  3. jeremy millsaps | September 17, 2015 at 8:30 am | Reply

    1. Our time element is when we teleported.
    2. We could have switched back and forth to our faces.
    3. Hardest part was people remembering there lines.
    4.The most difficult part was the audio.
    5.The green screen shots where the hardest.
    6.Better editing, acting and speak louder.
    7.Ours because we but our own time into it.
    8.We need to have better time elements.

  4. 1. The screen faded and time passed. So you didn’t have to watch the time in between.
    2. We could’ve used a flashback.
    3. Walking down the hallway slowly and not having people walk in the shot.
    4. The green screen was the most difficult part of editing the space element.
    5. the most difficult part was probably the space element.
    6. Better transition, more explanation, and more fitting music.
    7. We haven’t watched other videos.
    8. We haven’t watched other videos.

  5. 1.We used a slow motion flashback because there was a conflict over who was out and who was safe.
    2.We could have used a effect that was looking out at a distance.
    3.The most difficult was trying to get it right and make sure it’s timed correct.
    4.The audio was the most difficult part.
    5.The most challenging part was making sure you have everything in the right place and that the time element was correct.
    6. We could have done editing a lot better,the way the video flowed could have been better and add more shots and angles.
    7. My favorite video is “”Why You So Interested In My Drank?” Which is the one we did.
    8. I learned that we need to have different shots instead of it being one plain shot.

  6. 1. The time element we used was slow motion.
    2. We could’ve used the element that affects the time it takes to get from point A to point B.
    3. Trying to figure out the topic to film.
    4. The most difficult part of editing the space element was getting the audio to fit in right.
    5. The most challenging part of the editing phase was figuring out how to make the footage go in slow motion.
    6. Better editing, better flow, and better audio.
    7. My favorite video is The Tag because of messing with slow motion, and faster motion.
    8. I learnt that there is never enough angles and shots.

  7. 1. We used slow motion so we could see ‘the tag’
    2. We could’ve manipulated the distance more.
    3.Trying to figure out what to shoot was the hardest part.
    4. The most difficult space element was trying to make sure the music fit right. .
    5. The most challenging part of editing was trying to make sure everything fit correctly.
    6. Better music, better angles, and better flow.
    7. My favorite video was “Why you so interested in my drank” because it was fun to film and it was funny.
    8. i learned that you we could have more angles and shots.

  8. 1. We used the time element of slow motion to create an anti- gravity effect. Also, we referenced off screen as a space element.

    2. We could have used fast motion or even flashbacks.

    3. The most difficult part of the space element was making it seem we were telling the truth by using body language.

    4. It wasn’t difficult to edit the space element, because all it was was acting.

    5. The most challenging part of editing was making the slow motion line up to the video and actually making it look like anti- gravity.

    6. For one, we could have used different camera angles to express mood. Second, we could have filmed each clip in further spaces to shorten the time. Lastly, we could have expressed more mood for each scenario.

    7. My favorite video was the gravity changing paper because it made the best use of space and time elements.

    8. I learned that different camera angles can express different moods.

  9. 1. We used “Cuts” of jumping from location to location.
    2. We could have pointed at the Mustang sign and then said “theres the Mustangs you see”
    3. The most difficult part was definitely pointing at the right angle.
    4. I wasn’t the one editing, that was up to someone else.
    5. I wasn’t editing this video.
    6. We could have had our mouths better synced with the music.
    7. The Rap video, I had fun rapping.
    8. We should have more angles of view to keep the audience engaged.

  10. 1. we slowed down down some shots to show anti gravity
    2. we could have done flashback
    3. the most difficult was keeping consistency
    4. it wasn’t difficult because it was all acted out
    5. the hardest part of editing was trying to make it look like it was zero gravity
    6. we could have added more space elements, time elements, and had more moods
    7. my favorite video was sector 7 because it used space really well
    8. i learned that we could use green screen

  11. 1. We used slow motion
    2. Flashback
    3. Keeping up with the flow of the video and keeping everything synced
    4. For us it was syncing the lips with the rap
    5. Keeping everything synced
    6. Added more shots, Put more action, kept the mood up
    7. Ours because the rap was amazing
    8. Some cool slow motion effects

  12. 1.we used the slow motion effect

    2.foreshadowing or flashback

    3.keeping up with the person with the camera moving

    4. doing it with are lips like just lip-rapping

    5. was trying to get the film finished

    6. make it longer,putting more thought,try harder

    7. ares’ because rapping was really fun

    8.that their are other ways to do time elements and also space elements

  13. Jacob Whitman | October 2, 2015 at 9:55 am | Reply

    1. The screen faded and time passed. So you didn’t have to watch the time in between.
    2. We could’ve used a flashback.
    3. Walking down the hallway slowly and not having people walk in the shot.
    4. The green screen was the most difficult part of editing the space element.
    5. The most difficult part was probably the space element.
    6. Better transition, more explanation, and more fitting music.
    7. The rap, just because I thought it was funny.
    8. I think flashbacks, but not in the way it was used.

  14. 1.) I used a time laps
    2.) I should have used better audio
    3.) shooting in the cold was hard
    4.) editing was hard because i shot in HD
    5.)editing in HD
    6.)better story, better audio, better editing
    7.) my favorite part was trying to make my video idea work….sadly it didn’t
    8.) I could make better quality videos

  15. 1. Flash back – because its a good element to use when your trying to grab the audiences attention.
    2. Saying it’s one date when actually its another
    3. The different shots and the way you have to do it other then the normal way.
    4. Putting sound and color in it.
    5. The cutting and making of the flashback.
    6. Better cuts, better audio, and smoother entrances to a different shot.
    7. Ours, because we knew what all went into it and it was funny.
    8. Different time elements and different camera angles.

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