Present your documents with video.
When writing is no longer enough – Movenote provides the fastest way to speak out.
Add your favorite content from whatever source you want, and record video alongside to it with your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Works seamlessly with Gmail and Drive apps. You can register with your Google account.
The iOS App enables you to add pictures to the presentation directly from your iOS camera roll. Additionally, while recording is paused, it is possible to add pictures directly from either of the cameras or even flip the camera recording the video. This enables a very flexible and creative way to make video presentations with Movenote.
- Upload documents (Google Docs, MS Office, Pdf or pictures) from your device or from a cloud storage (Drive, Dropbox, Box etc)
- Or take pictures directly to the app with one of the cameras, even while recording your presentation video
- Record video with your device and synchronize the material to the video
- Add a link button to the end of your presentation
- Share the link to your presentation by email, sms or with social applications (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+)
- Follow viewer statistics to know who watched your presentation
- Recorded presentations will be stored in your presentation library
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Great for a flipped classroom approach, upload images, a presentation or pdf and video yourself talking about it. Or get students to use it for their presentations. Free add-on for Google Apps for Education or free ipad app as well as a free web version.
Students can share poetry or stories they have written, reading these aloud with expression. They can share and talk about artwork they have done. They can use it to explain concepts and strategies.They can present their research findings.They can use it to create ‘flipped classroom’ videos for their classmates etc. etc.
The resulting videos can shared easily on blogs, websites etc. as well as on social media.
I have used MoveNote to create tutorials for faculty. Faculty have taken to it like wildfire – they love how easy it is to record a video screencast that looks beautiful. Faculty at my institution are also having students use MoveNote to present and share projects and students are replying to each others’ MoveNotes online with the video reply feature.
Videos hosted on MoveNote.com are essentially shared as “unlisted” (available to those who have the link) — important share this with students if they create content.
One correction about the above review: There is a free version of MoveNote available (at the time of this writing) and the app is free for educators.