Which is your target group?
I would maybe imagine a presentation for my neighbor, and then just try to be myself and not take on some "presentation voice." I'd just be casual. Of course my neighbor would never see it, but to visualize that person might be good. Then I'd use video, or "screen captures" as a way to compare text.
This is a very important point: You don't need a digital camera to do video. Look how much you could do with simple sceen-shots. There's all kinds of software and built-in computer features to grab screen shot stills. Then you could edit them and crop them and draw on them, or highlight them in Adobe Photoshop, and then import them into Apple imovie and extend them in the construction window for as long as you want them. Then put in a voiceover.
There's also software for taking video of your screen. In other words the way to get video of what's happening on your computer screen is NOT to point a digital camera at it. The way to do it is to obtain software that takes videos of your screen. Usually this software costs between 20 and 100 dollars, or it's free.
Imagine what you could do with what I've described above: you could comment on "text." You could comment and compare "text." Then all you need to do is to go to Yale University's Avalon Project, where you have the Nuremberg transcripts, take your screen shots and for less than a hundred dollars in software and a lot of time, planning and studying, you could make a SCATHING video about the hypocrisy of the Nuremberg trials. Within imovie you could learn to put screen captures of text side by side, to make all kinds of points.
And you wouldn't have to make any new points. Something Faurisson said 15 years ago, but packaged in this new medium would be enough.
There's a way to ad credits to imovie. When you're ready for that part, you need to know the concept of "pseudonym." I wouldn't advise using your real name. But you could always add something cryptic so that you could always prove it was you if you desired.
The one other thing to invest in for a project like this is a sound card, with good DA converters. That means digital/analog converters. There's a lot of cards on the market from Digidesign MBox, Layla, Echo, (but not Soundblaster.) This will cost 200-500 dollars. But that way your voiceover is decent quality audio.
Also, you wouldn't want to spend 6 months on it and never get feedback. Rather it would be good to put a piece of it on the web, in some free yahoo account space and then come here and have people look at it, via a link you provide, and then people here would give you feedback. If your video was 20 minutes long, then I'd put each 5 minutes here for review.
Imagine the potential. Suppose you wanted to do something on the Anne Frank diaries. You go to a used bookshop, get a 5 dollar copy. Come home, take an exacto knife, cut out certain pages, take a digital photo of them or scan them, bring them into photoshop, highlight passages with the yellow semi-translucent paint tool, and then import your graphic into imovie.
When you're ready to put the final product on the web, you'd want a paragraph of text below the actual movie link, describing what the movie is about, so google would pick it up, as google can't catalog video content.
Revisionist filmmaking might not have all the glamour of Hollywood, lol, but there might be a selfless spiritual gratification that you would get, because what you are doing is trying to free people from a mental and psychological prison they're in, and that's what a true artist does anyway.