Gone are the days when you would have to pay so much to buy a software to create videos. With web 2.0 tools you can get your videos up and viral within minutes and right from your browser without having to install any software and in most of the times for free. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has reviewed several video creation tools over the past couple of years and you can check this section here for more resources. Today, I am sharing with you some cool web tools that you can use to add animation to your videos and render them much more interactive. Check out the list below and don't forget to share with us your feedback. Enjoy
Description This is an opt-in beta for a simple Video Questions Editor on YouTube. Through this editor you can setup multiple questions to be displayed on top of your video during playback that a viewer can answer. How can I use this feature? The editor itself can be found on the , on the edit bar.
YouTube Face Blurring Tool Privacy is one of the most pressing issues in today’s insanely public world. With Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and all sorts of other platforms where anyone can share anything, it is rather understandable that some people go to great lengths to protect their privacy. Then there’s citizen journalism. So many things can be said about this trend, both good and bad, but one thing is for sure: there is a place for privacy in this area as well. That is the reason YouTube has released a new face blurring tool: to help people deal better with privacy.