Our topic is Bullying and how to prevent it from occurring and how to identify it which was a very decent idea that could have been improved. The message that we were or are trying to show in our visual statement was, what is bullying to most people and a good way to prevent it in our eyes and how it affects those around it from to bullied to the bully them self. We see bullying as something that needs to stop, something the world would be better off without and a way to help prevent bullying which for me seemed a little generic but was still a good or at the very least a decent way to prevent this problem. Bullying is something that all of us have seen and want to never see again, by showing this through visuals that we thought portrayed this in a clear way and with audio that explains our idea in a clear manner also with a soundtrack that both shows the dark mood in the first half but also the bright side at the end. Some of these parts might not be there due to reasons but hopefully, they are in our statement when it's probably finished, as this is being made as editing is going on and some filming needs to be finished. My team members are Seth M and Diego both are hard working individuals that I knew would get the job done smoothly. Seth worked as our editor and has done a good job using the tools in final cut pro as efficiently as he could which in my point of view was still very good from my perspective. Diego was our amazing lead video producer where he was decently good at getting all the required visuals for our statement on bullying. I was the lead writer don't know how that happened but I did and It was not as bad as I thought it was going to be and it turned out semi-great.
Then, tell us about the Final Cut Pro editing tips and tricks you've learned and how you incorporated them in your video. Why is it important to use FCPX Libraries, Events and Projects properly? Explain why audio levels in different clips can vary drastically and how to correctly balance what your audience will hear. Which part of your video do you think displays higher quality... the audio or the video and why? (6 sentence minimum)
Yea Final Cut Pro other than ht basic editing tips that we were taught nothing much but also we learned more on how to make a video more logical and how to better make certain parts that you will or have seen depending on when you the reader are reading this. FCPX Libraries totally remember what that is not like I'm going to go search it up, So I think it's important due to it being an organizer for all project you may have worked on and so you don't, let's say misplace a project. Serten audio levels in clips show the mellow tone in that clip or maybe the exciting part of the clip as it goes on. I think it helps set the mood of the sean and who the audience sees it might change based on the audio. The audio should be at a higher volume in your video to the point where the music or what might be in the background at a lower volume than what I know. Which part of our video has the highest quality, well that would be the first part may be due to this was when we knew what we were doing and had a clear idea of what we needed and could shoot a half decent scene. As time went on we had less and less time so we had to cut corners which sucked.
Finally, describe your biggest challenges during this project and what you did to help overcome them. Explain your group dynamic... who was the driving force toward attaining the project goal and how did the other person help or hinder that progress? Explain the most enjoyable part of this project and conclude with a reflection of your critique results... explain why you agree or disagree with them. (6 sentence minimum)
ACO 5.1 Apply problem-solving techniques to create deliverables that address the needs of a client or target audience.