Over the years, EngageMedia has published and compiled various research and resources on our core issues, some of which can be found below:
Here you can find a step-by-step guide for using Handbrake to compress your video. If you’re in a hurry, you can also use the custom Handbrake presets we have uploaded to quickly apply these settings without having to enter them yourself.
This is a simple guide to compressing video for upload to the internet. Compressing just means to ‘make it smaller’ so the file is not so big, and it doesn’t take such a long time to upload/download.
Need to know more about video compression? Here is a glossary of video terms and other information about this topic.
This tutorial is an addition to the Video Compression Resource Pages that we created a few years ago. The older one, H264 Step-by-Step Handbrake Tutorial, was intended for compressing videos for EngageMedia.org and other video platforms like Youtube, Vimeo, etc.
We put the utmost importance in subtitling videos. Beyond what’s obvious, we see it as a means to broaden public access and understanding of critical human rights and environmental stories from the Asia-Pacific region.