We’re just starting to do some video-making in our Intermediate English class, and I’ve been trying to figure out the best way to do some video-editing. For now, this is not a “The Best…” list. Instead, it’s just a “list.”
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For now, here are my choices for Not The “Best,” But A List…Of Online Video Editors:
Magisto is a new Animoto-like service that lets you upload several short videos and it then somehow “recognizes” the most important parts and turns it into a magically-produced one minute video.
Universal Subtitles is an experimental online application that seems to make it quite easy to add subtitles to any video. Of course, YouTube has introduced an automatic system for creating subtitles, but I haven’t tried that yet. Has anybody else? What do you think?
We Video is a new online video-editing tool. You can read more here. Here’s an update on it from Richard Byrne.
Apple’s New Video-Editing App “Clips” Is Much More….
Typito – Simple, But Not Too Simple, Video Editing is a blog post by Richard Byrne.
AndroVid looks like a decent video editor for…Android.
Kruso is a mobile video editor.
Kinemaster is an online editing tool for Android.
ClipChamp is an online video editor.
Spare Your Friends: Make a Mini-Movie of Your Fabulous Vacation is from The NY Times. It has good online video-editing suggestions and tools.
VideoLeap looks like a decent app for editing videos.
Wave seems to have potential as a video-maker and editor.
FLEXCLIP LOOKS LIKE A GREAT VIDEO-EDITING TOOL FOR ELLS, ENGLISH-PROFICIENT STUDENTS & EVERYBODY ELSE
Reelshot – Video Editor is a video-editing app that looks like it may be useful.
CANVA LAUNCHES EASY VIDEO-EDITING TOOL
Headliner looks like a pretty easy online video-editor.
TypeStudio looks interesting – you can edit videos by editing the transcript.
Tella bills itself as a “collaborative video editor.”
Veed is a new video editor.
Story Creator is a new video-editing tool.
🎞 The free video editor in YouTube Studio CAN:
🎬 Trim the video
✂️ Split to take out a section of video
🎶 Add copyright friendly music
⚪️ Blur faces or areas
🚫 Add transitions, text, graphics
🚫 Change speed
🚫 Use uploaded musichttps://t.co/dzsOs2iMBH
— Tony Vincent (@tonyvincent) October 29, 2020
Piktostory lets you easily edit and create multiple short snippets of video from one longer one.
Pixiko is an online video editor.
Clip Champ is a video-editing tool from Microsoft.
Runway is a browser-based video-editing tool.
Easy Sub is a new online video editor.
Type Studio 2.0 – Edit Videos by Typing and More! is from Richard Byrne.
New video editing and productivity features coming to Chromebook is from Google.
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I’m excited to give JayCut a try in my classroom. I plan to have students using it in late April, I’ll post about it when it happens.
Thanks as always for the plug.
We’d love to have you check out our free photo and video sharing site that also allows you t create videos that we call muvees. Shwup.com is our free online version of our flagship software muvee Reveal. Shwup has been a big hit with teachers for its many features as well as it’s privacy aspects. Check it out and let me know what you think!
-Lindsay Stevens, PR Manager, muvee
Maker of Videorama App here. Thank your for mentioning our app in your list. We definitely would like to improve Videorama to fit educational use needs as well. Your feedback is always welcome!