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Today we are showcasing a wonderful web tool that allows you and your students to create animated videos.

To get started, visit: www.wideo.co


You will see the homepage with a video introduction and a sign-up box. Wideo is still a Beta application so options or layout may change.


After you register for your free account and click on create video, you will see an in-depth tutorial that shows you the basics of animation. The great thing about Wideo is you can upload your own pictures and audio files to customize your videos. Animation is a multi-step process that can take a fair amount of time. I would consider keeping the final product for your students under a minute for the first time they use this application. It can take 20-30 scenes to complete a one minute video.

Once your video is finished, you must publish it in order for it to be viewed online or embedded on a website or blog.

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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Wednesday Web Tool: Create Animated Videos with Wideo

Today we are showcasing a wonderful web tool that allows you and your students to create animated videos.

To get started, visit: www.wideo.co


You will see the homepage with a video introduction and a sign-up box. Wideo is still a Beta application so options or layout may change.


After you register for your free account and click on create video, you will see an in-depth tutorial that shows you the basics of animation. The great thing about Wideo is you can upload your own pictures and audio files to customize your videos. Animation is a multi-step process that can take a fair amount of time. I would consider keeping the final product for your students under a minute for the first time they use this application. It can take 20-30 scenes to complete a one minute video.

Once your video is finished, you must publish it in order for it to be viewed online or embedded on a website or blog.

Here is a special message from us at the Digital Learning Team:


            

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