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deejay2,857 posts since 5 Jan 2003
Central (South) Oxford
Is playing out a sound clip as an video file normal practice? Watch the clip and you’ll see a title card with the metadata and name as sweetness.wav. It appeared on screen briefly then they cut the to the camera as it continued playing.





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Looks like the wrong mosart template was used. There are (in W1 at least) sound only templates which open the sound fader and run a server clip but don’t take the vision. If they put in a standard clip mosart template then pressing take next will have done just that, sound and vision.
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Rkolsen2,675 posts since 20 Jan 2014
BBC World
Is playing out a sound clip as an video file normal practice? Watch the clip and you’ll see a title card with the metadata and name as sweetness.wav. It appeared on screen briefly then they cut the to the camera as it continued playing.





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Looks like the wrong mosart template was used. There are (in W1 at least) sound only templates which open the sound fader and run a server clip but don’t take the vision. If they put in a standard clip mosart template then pressing take next will have done just that, sound and vision.

Do audio clips or sound effects need a video element or is it just easier when coding the show to use a video file for an audio element?
Don’t let anyone treat you like you’re a VO/SOT when you’re a PKG.
Andrew13,530 posts since 27 Mar 2001
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The last two clips posted show the contrasts in delivering risque content. Ben Thompson and Victoria Fritz's innuendo laden sweet tasting feature is hilarious, while Derbyshire has clearly deliberately said the C-Bomb and then rants about men using the term.

Sorry Victoria, lovely films and crap stunts like this don't make good tv.

Did she even apologise to the viewers, or just her assembled guests in the studio?
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Worzel4,609 posts since 8 Jan 2008
Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
The last two clips posted show the contrasts in delivering risque content. Ben Thompson and Victoria Fritz's innuendo laden sweet tasting feature is hilarious, while Derbyshire has clearly deliberately said the C-Bomb and then rants about men using the term.

Sorry Victoria, lovely films and crap stunts like this don't make good tv.

Did she even apologise to the viewers, or just her assembled guests in the studio?


She commented about it on Twitter but never actually apologised for her sexist smear against men.
thegeek4,820 posts since 1 Jan 2002
London London
I just turned on the NC shortly before 9pm, and a Fergus Walsh VT ran right up to the top of the hour - the countdown music gradually faded in over its last few seconds, and we got just a moment of countdown visuals before OS started. Any ideas what happened there?
Markymark6,642 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
The last two clips posted show the contrasts in delivering risque content. Ben Thompson and Victoria Fritz's innuendo laden sweet tasting feature is hilarious, while Derbyshire has clearly deliberately said the C-Bomb and then rants about men using the term.

Sorry Victoria, lovely films and crap stunts like this don't make good tv.

Did she even apologise to the viewers, or just her assembled guests in the studio?


She commented about it on Twitter but never actually apologised for her sexist smear against men.


The after comment is probably worse than the c bomb itself.
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