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Training materials

Manuals for video makers and users

Video Production: Agricultural Education and Communication Department, University of Florida/IFAS Extension. 

Technical advice for video-makers

Woodard, J. 2012. Integrating low-cost video into agricultural development projects: A toolkit for practitioners. Publication by fhi360 of USAID.

Video editing software

Pinnacle studios has free software for editing videos on iPad or iPhone

Windows Movie Maker is available in English and other languages

Further reading

Chowdhury, A.H., Hambly Odame, H. and Hauser, M. 2010. With or without a script? Comparing two styles of participatory video on enhancing local seed innovation system in Bangladesh. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension 16(4): 355–371.

Gandhi, R., Veeraraghavan, R., Toyama, K. and Ramprasad, V. 2009. Digital Green: participatory video & mediated instruction for agricultural extension. Information Technologies and International Development 5(1): 1–15.

Lie, R. and Mandler, A. 2009. Video in development: Filming for rural change. Wageningen, The Netherlands and Rome, Italy: CTA and FAO. 

Van Mele, P. 2006. Zooming-in, zooming-out: A novel method to scale up local innovations and sustainable technologies. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 4(2): 131–142. 

This paper was produced by Agro-Insight, the University of Guelph, and the FAO, with financial support from GIZ (Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit), and PIM (the CGIAR Research Programme on Policies, Institutions, and Markets).

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