[IAEP] Read Etexts Videos available
bastienguerry at googlemail.com
Sun Aug 23 06:06:20 EDT 2009
Caroline Meeks <caroline at solutiongrove.com> writes:
> I think it could be better in a few ways.
I can hardly watch screencast that are longer than 3 minutes. I think
the everage is ~4.5 minutes. One way to improve this screencast might
be to split it into several parts.
> 3. Have these captions available in different languages.
If you have access to the source video file, you can use a tool called
subtitleeditor (http://home.gna.org/subtitleeditor/) to add subtitles.
It's only available for GNU/Linux, but there must be similar tool for
Mac or Windows.
> We want a process that lets us distribute the work. For instance a developer
> might create the screen shots. A volunteer might add music, and a bunch of
> people might contribute to captions.
That would be ideal, I don't know how far we are from that!
> Can you help us figure out
> an easy, efficient, free and when possible open source set of tools and processes?
Let's start by doing things by hand, it will make us better understand
what and why to automate/distribute. And let's not forget to document
this on the wiki - http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Video_Using_Sugar
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