Last month, I posted about Anchor, an extremely easy and free way to create podcasts. Even though it’s super-easy, it can never hurt to get instructions, and Richard Byrne has created a step-by-step video explaining how to use it.
Today, Anchor announced a super-neat new feature: the ability to automatically take snippets of your podcast and turn them into videos highlighting text.
The video in this tweet demonstrates what it looks like:
You asked, we’ve delivered! Introducing Anchor Videos for Web, the easiest way to share a highlight from your podcast on social media. Learn more and try it out! 🎬✨ – https://t.co/c2vbMGpkZ2 pic.twitter.com/s0KV7xiqYN
— Anchor (@anchor) March 15, 2018
Even though it’s not quite “automatic,” it does bear a bit of a resemblance to some other video-creating tools at The Best Tools That “Automatically” Create Presentations, so I’m adding this info to that list.
It’s also obviously a wonderful tool for ELLs, who can create their own podcasts and have the words shown when they are speaking them. So, I’m also adding this info to The Best Sites To Practice Speaking English.