Video Editing Tools
- Animoto – Creates a quality slideshow from your uploaded photos and videos (free education license available)
- Camstudio – A desktop application that allows you to record your computer screen (free)
- DotSUb – Upload a video and create your own subtitles. Good for language learners. (free)
- EDpuzzle:This is a simple tool for Instructors to create video lessons for students. Instructors can crop a video and add questions along the video to give students feedback, and so much more!
- GoAnimate: This is a free web tool that allows you to create and publish interactive, instructional, animated movies and videos, using text-to-speech technology.
- Jaycut – A free online video editor (free)
- Jing: Jing is free screen capture software that allows you to create a video up to 5 minutes. You can either download the video created or share it online using Screencast.com.See below
- KickYoutube -Allows you to download and save youtube videos in a variety of formats (free)
- Masher – An online video editor that allows users to create by mixing together video clips, music tracks, and photos from their own uploads or from their large resource library (free)
- Pixorial – Upload, edit, convert and organize video files (free for a basic account only)
- Stupeflix – Use templates to make creative online videos by combining your images,
videos and audio (free basic account)
- Screencast: Screencast is a storage and sharing site used in partnership with Jing. Jing is used to capture the video and Screencast is used to store and share the video.
- Screenr: is a web based screen recorder that allows you to create and share your screen recordings on the web.
- Screenomatic: is a one-click screen recording tool available on both PC and Mac with no software installation necessary.
- ShowMeWhatsWrong: is a simple screen recording tool. It was designed to create a quick video and email the URL of the video to another individual. Often used as a trouble shooting tool.
- TeacherTube: TeacherTube is another popular site to share and search for educational videos that can be used by both students and teachers.
- Vimeo: Vimeo is a site that supports embedding, sharing, video storage, and allows user-commenting on each video page. Vimeo has gained a reputation as catering to a high end, artistic user because of its high bit rate, resolution, and relative HD support.
- YouTube: YouTube is a popular site to upload, view, comment and share videos. Once a video is hosted on YouTube, it can be embedded into the your online course in Bb using the html embed code or posted as a link.
- Zaption allows teachers to create customized lessons with online video, images, text, and an array of question types.