Origami Dictionary

Origami has its own set of terms. While working on subtitles for my videos I looked for a resource that listed the "origami vocabulary" in different languages. I didn't find a comprehensive source, so the next best thing I could think of was - of course - create that resource myself.

Long story short, I've started an origami dictionary at http://www.happyfold.... It's still quite basic, but should help already.

Subtitles revisited

screenshotI've started looking into adding subtitles to my videos again.
I'm happy to say that I've completed English and German subtitles for my latest video, "The Last Waltz" by Neal Elias. I discovered Jubler, which is an excellent - and free - program to make subtitles.
Linda also volunteered to translate the subtitles into Arabic, and this is under way now. The first part of the video already has Arabic subtitles, exciting!

If you'd like to help out, please leave a comment or contact me. I probably already have someone for French subtitles (yey!), but all other languages are still up for grabs.

Subtitles

Are there new engineers on the YouTube team? It seems they've been launching plenty of new features lately. I'm loving video annotations, which I've added to some videos. And while I was away on vacation (yey, first one in 8 years) adding subtitles was enabled.
Annotations are surely useful here and there, but what about subtitles? Is it worth the effort? Would others be willing to translate? I'd be able to do English and German if there's interest, but that's about it. Of course, it'd mean more work for poor Sara.

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