I’m not going to lie, this is a large document! I wasn’t originally planning on doing such an in depth write up for the Raspberry Pi Film Telecine originally. However, as the project developed, it was clear that there was going to be a lot of technical information!
Some of my video work is below and you can find some of my written work by clicking the links above.
Following on from the previous assignment, the business plan was meant to be the next formal step in getting a programme to air.
One of the more business orientated assignments required me to come up with a programme proposal of my own choice.
Because sometimes you’ve just got to really nerd out!
In one of the first big lab sessions, we investigated what constituted broadcast quality signals as well as how to identify and measure them. This was part of our Broadcast Standards module, which was very technical at times yet was interesting all the same. Although this is the only piece I’m posting here, there was…
The sound reproduction assignment was part of a module I shared with the Audio and Music Production course. Was rather challenging for someone who hadn’t thought about audio much before!
Project was to improve the colour quality of original recordings of The Magic Roundabout. The videos were taken from YouTube, using whatever their initial quality was as their baseline to improve from there.
Project was to setup two pieces of camera footage into a multicam sequence and edit using the multicam monitor.