BlipSnips (skip to needed parts, add comments, embed)
YouTubeTime (link to a specific part of a YouTube clip)
Jaycut.com (web-based film editor)
Recordr (record yourself using web mic and cam)
Squared5 (MPEG Streamclip: video converter, editor for Mac & Windows)
TubeChop (cut pieces of video)
Viddix (connect Web content to video)
Jing Project (screen capture to video)
Samanimation (From Tufts, a stop-action video creation tool for download)
Subply (for adding subtitles and voice)
WeToku (interview and record via webcam)
SaveVideo (download video from portals like YouTube)
VidiNotes (edit and create printable summaries of video)
Video Ant (sync video with text-based annotations)
CaptionTube (create captions for your YouTube videos)
VideoPure (view videos without comments, suggestions, & other stuff)
To create a Deep Links:
For example, if you'd like the viewer to start watching the video at one minute and forty-five seconds into the video, you'd add the following time code to the end of the URL: #t=1m45s . The URL with the Deep Link should appear this way:
Thanks to Dr. Joyce Valenza and Jennifer Stern for this page information
Want to convert a video to a new format or download a video from the web? Online-Convert does that. Do you need to convert an audio file to MP3 or WAV? No problem, Online-Convert has you covered. Need to convert a document to HTML from PDF? Online-ConVert does that too. Those are just a few of the many conversions that you can accomplish with Online-Convert. And you can do all of this without ever entering your email address, Facebook credentials, or any other form of registration.
One of the features of Online-ConVert that I really liked is found in the video conversion tool. Not only can you change the format of the video, butOnline-Convert also allows you to specify the display dimensions of the video you're converting.
Applications for Education
Online-ConVert can be a great resource for teachers who work in schools that use multiple operating systems and need to make media available to all of their students and colleagues regardless of which computer(s) they use. Online-ConVert could also be useful when a student comes to you with a flashdrive containing a document that you cannot open. Finally, Online-ConVert could be used to download videos from the web for classroom use.
From Free Technology for Teachers