My Favorite Tools for Creating Screencast Videos - Updated. Creating a screencast video can be a great way to show your students and or colleagues how to do things on their computers, phones, and or tablets.
Screencasting can also be a quick way to create a short, flipped video lesson. At least a couple of times a week I'm asked about the tools that I use to create the screencasts that I share with teachers. Here's a run-down of the three tools that I use more than any others for creating screencast videos. Screencast-o-matic: I use Screencast-o-matic to record on both Windows and Mac computers. Nimbus Screenshot: Nimbus Screenshot is a free extension that allows you to capture screen images and create screencast videos. AZ Screen Recorder: AZ Screen Recorder is a fantastic free app for creating screencasts on your Android phone or tablet.
Other tools & methods for creating screencasts: These are tools that I've used at various times for creating screencasts, but I don't use them on a regular basis. NYPL-publicdomain/mansion-maniac: A generative mansion builder that uses digitized assets of NYPL's collection of Apartment Houses of the Metropolis from early 20th century New York city.
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Create a short video using Animoto, YouTube slideshow, or 30hands iPad app. This video could be used to introduce a new topic, create a book trailer, or introduce yourself to the class. 2. Create a short “documentary” using WeVideo, Loopster, or Wideo.co. 3. 4. *Planning the student video project. -How much time can you allot to this project? *Assessing the student video project: pre-production. *Assessing the student video project: post-production. Animoto makes it possible to quickly create a video using still images, music, and text.
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