Pics4Learning is a curated image library that is safe and free for education. Teachers and students can use the copyright-friendly photos and illustrations for classroom projects, web sites, videos, portfolios, or any other projects in an educational setting.
A platform that supports all your educaiton video creation needs with tools for full or partial screen capture, editing, content management, and video sharing. The free version allows for videos of up to 15 minutes. The Pro version allows for longer recordings.
Clips is a great video recording and editing tool for students. Read our review and watch a tutorial video on our blog. Prefect for creating quick videos and larger video projects. Clips includes awesome text, graphic and sound effects. Clips is a FREE Apple iOS product available in the iTunes store.
With iMovie for iOS and macOS, you can enjoy your videos like never before. It’s easy to browse your clips and create Hollywood-style trailers and stunning 4K-resolution movies. You can even start editing on iPhone or iPad, then finish on your Mac.
Movie Maker was Window’s free video editing software that comes pre-installed on a number of versions of Windows. It is easy to use and feature-rich. Movie Make was discontinued at the start of 2017, but it can still be downloaded through non-Microsoft websites. It was pre-installed on many Windows-based computers, so if you have an older PC, you may already have it. Here is a good review of Windows Movie Maker
An amazing education video recording tool. Record anything — your whole screen or just a window. Or, add video, images, audio, and PowerPoint presentations that you already have. Give your education videos polish with professional video editor effects. Add highlights, animation, titles, transitions and more. Simply drag and drop the effects onto the timeline.
Spice up your education videos!
Ink2Go is an extremely simple yet powerful screen annotation and recording software. You can easily write on top of any other application that is currently active on the desktop, even on a running video. You can then save your annotations as an image file or even record the whole session as a video for sharing.