Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?
During my title sequence production i was familiar with final cut pro due to watching tutorials on the editing program before we began using it, therefore this made it a lot easier when editing my title sequence. Due to having the role of the editor i believe researching into the program was a top priority otherwise if the title sequence hadn't of turned out how we wanted it i may of got most of the blame. I also think that the shots went well in our sequence because we had used a variety of them, if this was something we hadn't of done i believe the sequence could of been very boring to watch, therefore the audience would loose interest in it.I also believe that my groups research and planning was successful, from the beginning of the post-production of the sequence we all had a clear view of how we wanted our sequence to look, therefore we came up with the plan of the sequence quite early and used the rest of the time to plan and research therefore i believe because we had a clear view of our sequence our research and planning came easily to us and in addition to this it work out very successfully. However something i believe did not to plan exactly how i wanted it was thinking how could we adapt the sequence that little bit more, although i do believe my research on final cut pro had helped me out a lot when editing i do believe i could of tried more of a range of effects to help make the sequence that little more interesting.