Quality of YouTube video experiment

The QualiTube experiment is part of University of Salford's The Good Recording Project which is trying to improve the quality of User Generated Content.

This experiment investigates why some video clips are more popular than others and what this can tell us about audio and picture quality. You will be asked to watch a series of short video clips from Glastonbury and choose which are most enjoyable and which are of the best audio and image quality.

The experiment should take no longer than 10 minutes. At the end, you will receive feedback as to how your responses compare with others who have completed the test. You will also be able to enter a prize draw for one of four £10 Amazon vouchers.

Please read the following statement and click Take Part Now! if you agree to participate. If you are under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must read the following and give consent on your behalf

'I freely and voluntarily consent to be a participant in the research on the topic of video perception. I understand: that I am free to leave at any time during the task; that my participation in this study is completely voluntary and that I may withdraw from it at any time without negative consequences. My answers in this survey will be completely anonymised and no identifying information will be collected. This site will collect answers and hold them securely. The arrangements for data storage and security comply with the terms of the Data Protection Act.'

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