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Title: CociNando
Author: Martín González, Míriam
Tutor: Gilaberte Redondo, Andreu
Others: Marín-Amatller, Antoni  
Abstract: This project is an audiovisual creation, a culinary program, for later broadcast on television. The purpose of this program is to bring together the products of the Canary Islands with a good dose of nutritional information. The development of the program is different from the usual ones, because in this case we deal a lot with nutrition and products from the Canary Islands. Throughout each chapter the viewer will learn the origin of an ingredient, as well as the origin of an ingredient, as well as an elaboration with it, both in a restaurant and in the program itself, and at the same time the benefits of the ingredient will be analyzed, as well as nutritional advice. nutritional tips. Its creation is composed of the work of different departments such as, graphics, production, script. In this case, the graphic design team has the maximum development, since it is from there that the creation of the kitchen the creation of the kitchen that will be placed on the set and all the animated graphics; bumpers, headers that make up the program... The most used software has been Adobe Illustrator, Adobe after effects and Maya. Following a previous organization with the requirements of the culinary program, we have been developing all the 2D and 3D part of the program. the 2D and 3D part of the program has been developed. As well as scales and production organization. Giving as a final result this audiovisual creation to deliver to a TV channel. television channel.
Keywords: audiovisual
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: Jan-2022
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