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Matthew Romo (1660) from Group 2. The other embers of my group are Harry Kettenis (0390), Josh Stevenson (0796) and Ysabel Hudson-Searle (0331).

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Monday, 10 November 2014

Audience Feedback - During Editing

During the editing process at times we asked others our age in the school, who would be a part of our target audience, what they thought of the video so far. Here is a fairly early rough cut we made and uploaded before taking feedback.

We took feedback intermittently once significant progress was made, in order to ensure our music video made sense - we might know what something means and why we show certain shots but do they have the same understanding?

What our audience thought:

  • "break up the lipsynch performance shots more"
  • "cut the silhouette to something else before she comes into the light"
  • "her performing works well in tandem with the story crossed with the symbolic bits"

We took this feedback on and took some more when closer to having a finished video. Here is a mixture of what some people said: 

  • "really good - seems professional"
  • "the shots near the end are too long, maybe try breaking them up?"
  • "she's in a confusing relationship that's making her anxious"
  • "the faces fading into eachother at 'just do it' looks cool"
  • "not sure about the bedroom arguments, they seem a bit odd among all the really strong colour and action and effects"

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