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TSA State Conference: On-Demand Video

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Dylan Baldwin, Mr. Leibu, Evan Ulsh and Emma Dijkstra.

Dylan Baldwin, Mr. Leibu, Evan Ulsh and Emma Dijkstra.

Dylan Baldwin, Mr. Leibu, Evan Ulsh and Emma Dijkstra.

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The Technology Student Association (TSA) held a two-day state conference in mid-April. Cape had multiple students attend, including a group of students in Bruce Leibu’s Audio/Radio/Video Engineering classes that participated in the On-Demand Video event. For this event, students bring all their video recording and editing stuff (camera’s, laptops etc.). Then the students hear what the topic is, and other requirements for the video. The students have about six hours to create the video and turn it in.

Mr. Leibu and three students, Senior Evan Ulsh, Junior Emma Dijkstra, and Freshman Dylan Baldwin, left school around 7:50 A.M. and drove to the State Fairgrounds in Harrington. Once they arrived, they got their name tags and lunch tickets and headed to the table for the On-Demand Video competition. Once other schools had arrived, the requirements and the topic were explained. The requirements were:

  • The TSA logo must appear in the video.
  • Multiple (3) clips of events (or 3 of the same event) must be shown in the video.
  • There must be a tagline that uses the phrase Building a Legacy.

The topic was the State Conference, but the video had to be in the style of an action-comedy-thriller movie trailer and only 60 seconds long. The students started walking around with cameras, getting footage of all the events going on. Around lunch time they started editing while eating their sandwiches. There were also a couple events after lunch, like rocket launches, which they really wanted to get in the video. Ulsh went to the rocket launching event, Baldwin worked on the narrations and Dijkstra went to other events. When the group met up again, they continued editing.

The video had to be turned in by 3:15 and luckily the group succeeded in getting it in on time. After that, they packed up all their stuff and headed back to school.

Video by: D. Baldwin, E. Djikstra, & E. Ulsh

The competition was a success. Recently, Mr. Leibu and the students found out that they got 3rd place and they were very happy about that.

“We wanted to beat Sussex Central and Indian River,” Mr. Leibu said excitedly, “which we did!”

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