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| [[Boxing Fight Night Live 2019]]
 
| [[Boxing Fight Night Live 2019]]
 
| Graphics Programmer
 
| Graphics Programmer
| Realised from Volleyball that roughly thrown together Visual Basic, no modularity and constant rewriting didn't make for a good graphics client. Had a better idea, got Marks Polakovs to kindly teach him React over one VERY long night. Rewrote the previous client in React. Came up with initial planning for the Ghostbuster Graphics system. The new Electron-based client ended up being named Luigi's Mansion 2 which was deployed successfully after 20 minutes of testing as Ben could not attend the event. After someone decided to play the maracas with the one validated OB unit, was phoned by Rhys and required to rush home in the car and remotely setup the other OB unit while Rhys was fixing the initial one. The backup unit was not needed in the end.
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| Realised from Volleyball that roughly thrown together Visual Basic, no modularity and constant rewriting didn't make for a good graphics client. Had a better idea, got Marks Polakovs to kindly teach him React over one VERY long night. Rewrote the previous client in React. Came up with initial planning for the Ghostbuster Graphics system. The new Electron-based client ended up being named Luigi's Mansion 2 which was deployed successfully after 20 minutes of testing as Ben could not attend the event. After someone decided to play the maracas with the one validated OB unit, so was then phoned by Rhys and required to rush home in the car and remotely setup the other OB unit while Rhys was fixing the initial one. The backup unit was not needed in the end.
 
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| [[Please Sir, There's Been a Murder]]
 
| [[Please Sir, There's Been a Murder]]
 
| Sound Operator, Livestream Technician
 
| Sound Operator, Livestream Technician
| Learned the value of sleep, stared at clocks for hours testing latency, started to strongly dislike the Facebook live-streaming platform. The broadcast stream ended up being a bit unstable due to a sleep-deprived misconfiguration error causing our transcodes to stop crying. 'Solved' at the time by [[Andrew Waddle | Andrew]] monitoring stream health and Ben appropriately spamming ssh commands with forehead while sound mixing.
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| Learned the value of sleep, stared at clocks for hours testing latency, started to strongly dislike the Facebook live-streaming platform. The broadcast stream ended up being a bit unstable due to a sleep-deprived misconfiguration error causing our transcodes to start crying. 'Solved' at the time by [[Andrew Waddle | Andrew]] monitoring stream health and Ben appropriately spamming ssh commands with forehead while sound mixing.
 
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| [[Election Results Night 2020|60 Second Manifestos 2020]]
 
| [[Election Results Night 2020|60 Second Manifestos 2020]]
 
| Director, Camera Operator, Editor & Graphics
 
| Director, Camera Operator, Editor & Graphics
| [[Cal Cooke | Cal]] and [[Thomas Schubert | Tom]] assisted with shooting the 30 candidates with lighting expertise from [[Andrew Waddle | Andrew]]. After Effects used for animating the YUSU assets. Used DaVinci Resolve and Nvenc for fast chroma-keying and exports with Edit 3's GPU being fully leveraged, along with some bodging to refine the graphics to never need to be re-rendered from the original comp speeding the process up greatly. Had fun shouting at EncodeSrv as it would misidentify the file's resolution when uploading to the website and transcoding. Ended up throwing files through Adobe Media Encoder as an easy fix. A fake manifesto from Ben may exist somewhere for pipeline testing purposes, this cannot be confirmed.
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| [[Cal Cooke | Cal]] and [[Thomas Schubert | Tom]] assisted with shooting the 30 candidates with lighting expertise from [[Andrew Waddle | Andrew]]. After Effects used for animating the YUSU assets. Used DaVinci Resolve and Nvenc for fast chroma-keying and exports with Edit 3's GPU being fully leveraged, along with some bodging to refine the graphics to never need to be re-rendered from the original comp speeding the process up greatly (averaging 5 minutes editing per video with 1 minute final renders). Had fun shouting at EncodeSrv as it would misidentify the file's resolution when uploading to the website and transcoding. Ended up throwing files through Adobe Media Encoder as an easy fix. A fake manifesto from Ben may exist somewhere for pipeline testing purposes, this cannot be confirmed.
 
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| Forest Review Livestream
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| Director & Producer
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| Much the same kind of stupidity as the Kuda one, but in the Forest during a freshers intro meeting. Why? Good question.
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| Freshers Stream 2020
 
| Freshers Stream 2020
 
| Motion Graphics Designer
 
| Motion Graphics Designer
 
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| Oranges & Lemons Episode 1 - Morphsuit Man Pumpkin Carving
 
| Oranges & Lemons Episode 1 - Morphsuit Man Pumpkin Carving
 
| Editor & Graphics
 
| Editor & Graphics

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