Can anyone recommend any online video editing options to use with students? (I currently use Wevideo and have for years, but I pay for it and am looking for a free option!) @themerrillsedu@lesliefisher@JakeMillerTech
That’s the best online one that I’m aware of. @screencasto also has some editing in their paid version; @Screencastify allows some basic cutting & trimming edits; @Flipgrid can do cutting, trimming, and combining of clips.
Recommendations for Video editing software (easy & cheap) to edit, cut, splice, voice/ sound over videos. I need better than a free phone app, but I’m also not looking to make Hollywood level movie productions either.
Responses: Camtasia, Active Presenter, DaVinci Resolve, Screencast-o-matic
Google is now elbowing with YouTube Capture (free) , Splice (free), iMovie (paid), Adobe Premiere Clip (free) – Android,iOS and several others for the basic video editing turf on mobile devices. Its big pitch – being directly connected to Google Drive.
The YouTube Editor is not the most powerful editor you will ever use. However, it is free, and it includes all the basic editing tools you need to make a professional looking video. It is also an online tool, so you can use it anywhere you have an internet connection, and on any computer that you have access to.
My note: The author forgets to mention that the editor exists now also as an app for mobile devices, thus competing with other “free” mobile apps for video editing such as Splice, iMovie etc.
It can be a great addition to “spice up” videos posted on Instagram, Tweeter and other social media, besides YouTube.
I just got a request from a student from School of Education SOE). She has an issue, which pops up rather frequently with pre-service teachers from SOE. When she videotapes in the classroom, she is supposed to obtain permission for the video recording. In her case, one of the student wanted to be blurred out.
Here is a short YouTube video, which guides you through the iMovie process. The same is for Final Cut Pro:
also helpful hints here: https://sites.google.com/site/karstenschluter/imovie09tricks
That’s the nickname given to computer-created artificial videos or other digital material in which images are combined to create new footage that depicts events that never actually happened. The term originates from the online message board Reddit.
One initial use of the fake videos was in amateur-created pornography, in which the faces of famous Hollywood actresses were digitally placed onto that of other performers to make it appear as though the stars themselves were performing.
How difficult is it to create fake media?
It can be done with specialized software, experts say, the same way that editing programs such as Photoshop have made it simpler to manipulate still images. And specialized software itself isn’t necessary for what have been dubbed “shallow fakes” or “cheap fakes.”
Researchers also say they are working on new ways to speed up systems aimed at helping establish when video or audio has been manipulated. But it’s been called a “cat and mouse” game in which there may seldom be exact parity between fabrication and detection.