Yes..Mel.Lee is talking about…The menifesto AGAIN!!….Today..while discussing my Manifesto with some of my classmates..i realized it’s not only me who got stuck by the manifesto!! That’s not a good thing though…Anyway..back to what i think about manifesto..I start to realized that…..i dont like the idea of doing transitions…………yes..i don’t like….but is it too late now to change my idea?? i dono…………………
well…now…d thing that im confirm with is..i’ll be sticking with the Vernacular Video…..and from there..i’ve read thru AGAIN…(i’ve go tru more than 5 times…-_-”")
alright…..and.. i’ve spoted another thing that i felt interested in..which is:
“The people’s video is influenced by advertising, shorter and shorter attention spans, the excessive use of digital effects, the seductiveness of slo-mo and accelerated image streams, a fascination with crude animation and crude behavior, quick and dirty, voice-overs and bold graphics that highlight a declining appreciation of written language.”
From this sentence….
The main think that i wanna bring up is “Shorter and shorter attention spans”, and i’m thinking of a very very very short video clip would be able to provide the audience lots of information/knowledge. Then..to construct a “meaningful” video, there ways to do so. It has to be meaningful, it has to be short, it has to be straight forward, it has to be interesting…etc.
My Tittle: Short & efficiency
1. A short & efficiency video should not be more than 1 minute.
2. A short & efficiency video should be straight forward.
3. A short & efficiency video should be able to be understand by the audience.
4. A short & efficiency video should be meaningful.
5. A short & efficiency video should be well constructed.
6. A short & efficiency video should be interesting.
7. A short & efficiency video should be creative/playful.
8. A short & efficiency video should be unforgetable.
9. A short & efficiency video should be able to show the creator intention.
10. A short & efficiency video are mostly found in the internet.