Kdenlive: Open source video editing software
Kdenlive is an advanced nonlinear video editing program designed primarily for Linux. It also has versions for Windows and MacOS, although the latter is no longer actively developed.
Kdenlive uses various other open source projects.
Namasté: Greeting in a 'safe' way
A way to greet each other at school in a respectful manner and with the necessary distance.
Houseparty: Video chat app
You can video chat with eight people at the same time via the Houseparty app. The conversation partners are shown in split screen so that you can continue to see each other throughout the conversation. The app also contains a number of social party …
Taking screenshots: Step-by-step plan for computer and iPad
Do you want to make an instructional video for your students, to use as a self-study or to use in remedying in the classroom? Or do you want to demonstrate to colleagues how you use a certain tool? Then a movie can help.
These step-by-step plans …
Real-time distance learning with Smartschool Live
Smartschool introduced a completely new tool that enables real-time distance learning.
This video briefly shows you how Smartschool Live works.
You will find further explanation and numerous tips in the online manual of Smartschool. In your …
Open Broadcaster Software: Record videos and live streaming
This free and open source software can be used for video recording and streaming. Create your own lesson and broadcast it!
PicPac: Stopmotion film and timelapse
With PicPac you make stop motion movies and timelapse videos.
Google Earth VR: Your world awaits
This VR application lets you discover and experience the world from a new perspective.
OpenShot Video Editor
OpenShot is a comprehensive free offline video editor.
The program can be an alternative to the no longer available Windows Movie Maker.
OpenShot is a fairly simple and intuitive to use video editor that your students can get started with. The …