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= Creating Videos - Guidelines =  
 
= Creating Videos - Guidelines =  
 
* Videos must be recorded on Fedora (any release)
 
* Videos must be recorded on Fedora (any release)

Revision as of 05:36, 4 February 2012

Guidelines First draft, Feel free to contribute :)

Creating Videos - Guidelines

  • Videos must be recorded on Fedora (any release)
  • must be recorded using only FOSS tools
  • Videos must be edited using only FOSS tools
  • Videos must not have inapropiated language or content, and not attack other distros (Play well with others)
  • Videos can have screencasting, podcasting or any way that help represent Fedora

Sending your videos - Guidelines

  • Send only FOSS video formats
  • Quality must be between XX and XX
  • You must add the following info on your mail or link when sending a video:
    • Full Name and Nick (Wiki profile is a plus)
    • Country
    • Video profile (youtube, vimeo, etc)
    • Other social network links that might be useful
    • Tools used to record and produce this video
    • Download and preview link (last one not needed)
  • Indicate your video category from:
    • Content
    • Design
    • Human Resources
    • Developement
    • Translation
    • Web Development or Administration
  • Video Licence must be CC friendly.

Team Tasks

  • Create Videos following the guidelines and interest of the community
  • Check that the branding is being used correctly and provide recomendations
  • Motivate people to send us their videos and link Fedora-Videos on their content
  • come up with a script for branding, such as the opening title, translations, etc
  • Check appropiated licences for media
  • video sources MUST be availables (for Fedora people and not f-people)
  • double check for videos content (license, model release agreement)