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TV Matters543 posts since 29 Nov 2009
Yorkshire
I am unsure as to whether or not this is worth uploading.
WARNING THIS IS A POWERPOINT MOCK

I was clearing my files so thought I better upload before deletion.

http://jump.fm/HAPWB - then click
Quote:
Save file to your PC: click here
Do not click on any of the download buttons, - they are pop ups.

Be as critical as you like
You will need office 2007/10
Last edited by TV Matters on 19 August 2010 12:31pm - 2 times in total
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Joe6,612 posts since 9 Oct 2005
Meridian (South) South Today
Will you just go away? I haven't looked but it involves quite a lot of effort on my part, it's in PowerPoint and based on your past probably awful and churned out in five seconds. Why haven't you told us the concept or anything about it? How can a channel have one ident? Why don't you go and think about what you're doing rather than just sitting there in your darkened bedroom with PowerPoint open for two minutes - or better still, go outside and enjoy your summer holiday?
Mike W4,988 posts since 30 Apr 2006
London London
I've seen better from Powerpoint, This is awful.
You've just spent 5 minutes using custom animation and slapped it up here.
No thinking, no background. You did it because you were bored, don't worry, school starts in 2 weeks...

EdExcel, I suggest you try and find the ITV Regional News astons from 2006 done in PPT.
Oh it's such a perfect day, I'm glad I spent it with you...
dosxuk4,462 posts since 22 Oct 2005
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
What's with the random discrimination towards students?


It's not discriminations towards students, it's discrimination towards bored people posting the entire contents of their brain on this site.

This mock and many others of the same calibre could be improved no end by not posting as soon as it's vaguelly looking right, but polishing and tweaking it up until it's something to be proud of. Unfortunately, that takes more than two minutes.
dosxuk4,462 posts since 22 Oct 2005
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
I do all my mocks because im bored.


You don't have to post them here though. Come up with your ideas when bored, keep them on your computer. Then when you have some spare time, work on the good ones. And keep working on them until they are of a quality you would expect to see on TV. It doesn't matter if the graphics aren't perfect, provided you've got a good idea, and you explain it well - people have been known to post pencil drawings and recieve good comments.

don't worry, school starts in 2 weeks...

Pathetic.


I think Michael was aiming that bit at the rest of us on TVF. We're all looking forward to the start of term, as it means less bored people speaking there branes.
TV Matters543 posts since 29 Nov 2009
Yorkshire
I do all my mocks because im bored.


You don't have to post them here though. Come up with your ideas when bored, keep them on your computer. Then when you have some spare time, work on the good ones. And keep working on them until they are of a quality you would expect to see on TV. It doesn't matter if the graphics aren't perfect, provided you've got a good idea, and you explain it well - people have been known to post pencil drawings and recieve good comments.
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Well I cant exactly develop these because there on powerpoint, so this is as good as it gets, but thank you for understanding. Laughing
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dosxuk4,462 posts since 22 Oct 2005
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Well I cant exactly develop these because there on powerpoint, so this is as good as it gets, but thank you for understanding. Laughing


Yes you can. You can source better images, you can pre-render stuff in other applications and embed it into the Powerpoint file, you could abandon powerpoint and rebuild it in another package which allows better results, you could render specific parts of the ident outside of powerpoint to full quality. And if, for some reason, you can't do any of that, you should as a minimum describe in your OP, exactly what changes you'd make, and how it would look when rendered for use - otherwise people will think that what you've posted is what you expect to see on screen - and do you honestly see ITV1 using this as is?

Finally, you could come up with a full description of what the ident is, how it develops, how you see it being used and how you feel it fits into the rest of the ITV1 package. You could also do some screengrabs of the resolution of the ident and incorporate them into your post so that people can see what it is you're telling them to download.