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littlesmegger1,168 posts since 11 Dec 2004
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
So now it's all going to be in HD are we expecting to see a new title sequence for X Factor. Personally, I think it would be nice to see a change - even if it's just a refresh of the current branding ideas.


Well going by the website graphics [not the intro of the vids] it seems everything will be revamped. The set for auditions seems a lot more LED eske like most HD products at the moment, and logos on stage appear to be more blue than red.
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newsatten1,941 posts since 6 Nov 2008
So now it's all going to be in HD are we expecting to see a new title sequence for X Factor. Personally, I think it would be nice to see a change - even if it's just a refresh of the current branding ideas.


Well going by the website graphics [not the intro of the vids] it seems everything will be revamped. The set for auditions seems a lot more LED eske like most HD products at the moment, and logos on stage appear to be more blue than red.


Whilst I still like the Current titles - I think they could do with a bit of a refresh. Although there'll end up changing and turn out worse!

Although when they changed the titles about S2 or S3 - it was mid series , when the live shows started.

Also if there is a series next year - they might want to changed them to match XF US tiltes.
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The background on the website is the one used in the 2007 auditions.
newsatten1,941 posts since 6 Nov 2008
No new titles then ( but as I said before - could be some come live shows)

They do feel the need this year to flash everyone word the voiceover man shouts up on screen !

And as always milked the intro as much as they can !! It went on for like 5 minutes! Laughing
newsatten1,941 posts since 6 Nov 2008
Anyone else think that the ending to the X Factor was a bit strange.

Had Peter Dickinsons over the top "This year" followed by a montage of clips. Then the Cheryl Cole clip then more clips . Then finished by Dermot saying "Next Week at .... on ITV1" Strange I thought!
Whataday9,967 posts since 13 Sep 2001
HTV Wales Wales Today
Anyone else think that the ending to the X Factor was a bit strange.

Had Peter Dickinsons over the top "This year" followed by a montage of clips. Then the Cheryl Cole clip then more clips . Then finished by Dermot saying "Next Week at .... on ITV1" Strange I thought!


Yes, I thought that was odd, as if they'd had to remove part of the programme at the last minute... although notice there were no 'coming up after the break' ads to end each part.
newsatten1,941 posts since 6 Nov 2008
Anyone else think that the ending to the X Factor was a bit strange.

Had Peter Dickinsons over the top "This year" followed by a montage of clips. Then the Cheryl Cole clip then more clips . Then finished by Dermot saying "Next Week at .... on ITV1" Strange I thought!


Yes, I thought that was odd, as if they'd had to remove part of the programme at the last minute... although notice there were no 'coming up after the break' ads to end each part.


So it wasn't just me then!! Laughing Yeah your reason could be right - but not sure what the'd have to remove at the last minute?

Also, just thinking back , your right there weren't any "Coming Up..." Strange?
newsatten1,941 posts since 6 Nov 2008
^ The coming up thingys haven't been done since 2008 (I think) on both The X Factor and BGT.


Ok - wasn't really sure when then got red of them- Just Whataday mentioned them not being their and me partly remembering then assumed they were there last year - My post was more about the strange ending really. Very Happy
Brekkie31,686 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
Anyone else think that the ending to the X Factor was a bit strange.

Had Peter Dickinsons over the top "This year" followed by a montage of clips. Then the Cheryl Cole clip then more clips . Then finished by Dermot saying "Next Week at .... on ITV1" Strange I thought!

Not at all - it's just the way they decided to put them together, and was quite effective IMO.

Highest ever ratings for a launch episode last night with over 11m watching. Same old problem though for me with the audition episodes - show all the bad in detail, then rush through the good without even letting us here them sing.
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