For Windows PC users, Microsoft Movie Maker is often the first port of call for amateur editors, whereas iMovie is a good option for Mac / IOS users. However, Freemake Video Converter, despite its name – has a brilliantly simple editor included.… Continue Reading
Although Staff have access to Panopto to record their presentations, students have had to do things like embedding audio into PowerPoint to create multimedia presentations until now. SlidesLive can work in a very similar way to Panopto – download the… Continue Reading
Video is an integral part of many activities but when they are viewed on tablet devices (usually in full screen mode) it can be difficult to highlight important subjects or content while the video is being watched. wireWAX is a… Continue Reading
Google Hangouts require a Google account – they can be used via a web browser, Android or IOS App. Hangouts can be a mixture of chats or small group (up to 10) video conversations. It is possible to stream… Continue Reading
http://vine.co Vine is a video blogging tool, but its 15 second recording limit makes it ideal (and simple) way to create short clips to include on NILE. This could be for instructors and students but the need to register (and… Continue Reading
Video conversations – appear.in For up to 8 participants – could be useful for groups or small modules or even as a one to one. Post the link to the room in your NILE site once created. Fantastic for ad… Continue Reading
Xpert Finds Creative Commons images and adds the licence and attribution directly into the image. It also finds sounds and videos too.
This useful article will point you to sources of video (including animated GIFs) you can include in ‘sparks’ or add to a video project.
Box of Broadcasts The University subscribes to this ‘super iPlayer’ which can record anything on the free to air TV channels in the UK. Students need to log in with their University credentials and be located (or at least ‘apparently’… Continue Reading