People seeking help with producing and publishing video content generally fall into one of three categories; full service production, self-service production with guidance, or publishing a completed video on the Web. Regardless of the category your project falls within, if you intend to publish your video, you should be familiar with University policies and legal restrictions that might apply to your video's content. All video publishing and distribution at Princeton University is subject to video copyright and policy considerations.
If you need someone to record, edit, and publish the video for you, two departments on campus offer complete production services.
If you want to create a video yourself but need guidance and assistance with editing and publishing, see: technical guidance for video production. The information provided will help answer questions about which tools to use, formats to work with, various means of publishing/distributing, and information on University policies and guidelines related to video content.