Some ways to help: Translate, Film, Edit, and Submit videos!

Volunteer to Edit and Encode Videos After Filming!

Once you've filmed a video, it's time to capture the raw video on to your computer, edit it to produce the user experience you want (perhaps including a title screen, credits screens, slides during the presentation, and/or subtitles), and encode the finished video into a web-ready format like Windows Media, QuickTime, RealPlayer, or MPEG4. Remember, if you've translated and filmed one of our scripts but don't know how to edit video, mail us the tape and we'll edit it into a finished video for you!

Good Things To Do While Editing

Editing Tools

You can use any video editing software you like. AIDSvideos.org created some of its early videos on a Windows PC using Adobe Premiere Elements. More recently, we have been using Final Cut Studio on a Macintosh G5.

Encoding Notes

Specific Editing, Conversion, and Encoding Techniques: How To ...

Video Resource Sites

Read on to learn about other ways you can help by translating scripts, filming videos, and submitting finished videos!

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