Video has come to the forefront with online learning. We have many video tools available but which one to use?
This comparison chart can help you decide which software to use for your or your students based on its features. You can also click the software names in the table heading to jump to our other blog posts about those tools.
* Software changes frequently. This is current as of 1/14/21.
|Webcam video recording||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|More video editing||X||X|
|Add text to video||X||X||X|
|Add text comments about video||X||X||X||X|
|Add video comments about video||X||X||X|
|Add audio only comments about video||X||X|
|Integrates with Brightspace||X||X||X|
Description of Comparison Features
Self-hosting – this service will store your videos online
- *Faculty/staff only. Zoom does record to the cloud so you can host & share videos. But at Meredith, cloud recordings are set to automatically delete after 30 days so we recommend you move your videos to a different location after recording.
Webcam video recording – captures video from your web camera
Screen recording – captures video from your computer screen
Trim video – basic editing options to clip the video at the ends or chunks in the middle
More video editing – editing options beyond trimming: add text, stickers, music, etc
Add text to video – can add text overlaying the video you created (VoiceThread annotation lets you write text over the video during comments)
Add text comments about video – allows text comments from your or others on videos you created
Add video comments about video – allows video comments from your or others on videos you created
Add audio only comments about video – allows audio comments from your or others on videos you created
Integrates with Brightspace – software has an integration that allows you to easily embed or use directly in Brightspace
Supports captions – allows upload of caption files
Caption creation – creates speech-to-text captions that you can edit