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8 Useful Apps for Working on Video Projects on iPad

One way to enhance students learning and get them engaged is through assigning them work that involves multimedia, video projects fit in perfectly for this purpose. There are several advantages for making video projects part of your teaching. When working on a video project , students get to collaborate, pool sources, conduct searches, do some writing, experiment with presenting and finally sharing.

Sharing the final product with a bigger audience than their immediate peers in the classroom is one of the best thing students love about creating video projects. In video projects, almost all of the areas of literacy are at work and now with  mobile technology, students can work on these video projects anywhere with or without internet connection.
Next time you want to assign a video project for your students, make sure you recommend one of the following apps to them. Enjoy

1- iMovie


Make beautiful HD movies anywhere with iMovie, the fast and fun moviemaking app that puts everything you need to tell your story at your fingertips. Browse and play projects in the Marquee view. Create Hollywood-style trailers or sophisticated home movies in minutes.* And share your finished projects with the world – right from iMovie.

2- Videolicious

Over 1,000,000 downloads! Videolicious 2 is completely rebuilt to make video creation even easier and faster! Instantly combine your videos, photos, music and stories into a stunning movie masterpiece. Just talk and tap to create the perfect video. Super fast and easy movie making -- now with incredible cinematic filters!

3- Splice Vide Editor

Splice together HD photos and videos in an amazingly simple way. Add music tracks from your iPod library, sound effects, transitions, borders, effects (like Ken Burns, slow motion and fast forward), trim video and audio, narrate with your own voice, and much more.

4- ReelDirector

If you really dig video editing and want to take full control, you should get ReelDirector:
  • High quality HD output, only re-compress when necessary, quality loss due to editing is minimal.
  • Highly customizable text treatment - where you want it, how you want it.
  • Unique transitions: out of focus fade, white out - 28 in total.
  • Use your own intro and splash videos that were not recorded with iPhone.
  • Real multitasking, renders in the background and no need to restart the whole export if interrupted.

5- Animoto Video Maker

Turn your photos into stunning, professional-quality videos, complete with music and text, with Animoto’s free app!

6- Vidify

Vidify is the easiest way to make fully edited music videos on the iPhone. Simply pick some video clips from your camera roll, select a soundtrack from our music library or your ipod and in seconds Vidify automatically edits a movie for you set to the soundtrack you chose.
7- Fotobabbe

Fotobabble lets you capture moments in real-time and share with your audience (friends, family, fans and customers) via email, Facebook or Twitter. Sharing Talking Photos is faster than video, easier than typing, and more engaging and personalized than sending a picture alone.

8- Doodlecast
Doodlecast is a unique drawing app that records your voice as you draw. Play back your drawing and export it to share with friends and family. Visit the Doodlecast for Kids support page to see the app in action.

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