In our last post about Chromebooks we reviewed tools and apps that students and teachers can use on their Chrombook to engage in creative activities involving sketching and drawing. Today, we are sharing with you three of the best tools to help you create educational video content on your Chromebook. The tools are simple and easy to use and students will definitely enjoy working on them. Check them out and share with us your feedback.
Clipchamp offers a number of interesting features that include compressing, converting, collecting, recording and creating videos. You can start with pre-built templates and customize them the way you like. Clipchamp also offers a huge video and audio stock library to choose from. There is also the possibility to co-create video content with your collaborators using Clipchanp Teams. You simply “create a team, invite members and edit video projects in Clipchamp”.
Another excellent video editor tool to use on your Chromebook. Some of the features it offers include: add voiceovers, voice changers, background music and sound effects; trim, splice and crop videos; apply various colour filters to your videos, add and combine numerous layers of video, images, stickers, text, and handwriting; share videos to social media websites such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, among others.
WeVideo allows you to easily create professional videos without any coding knowledge. “Add features like green screen for a big-budget look without the cost or difficulty. Edit videos with zero upload wait time. Choose from multiple formats to stand out on social media, web and mobile displays.” Like Clipchamp. WeVideo embeds a huge stock library that features tons of videos, images, and music tracks to use in your own video projects. WeVideo also offers a special service for education called WeVideo for Schools which you can learn more about from this page.
Source: Chromebook Help