Video is quickly becoming the media of choice on the internet. Youtube continues to grow. Many sites are adding video directly to their pages. The major media sites are littered with video (almost too much for my preference – but I may be old school).
If you want to dabble in video there are many ways to do it. I found a few sites that can help you out.
First a helping hand from an excellent resource site – Free Technology for Teachers – that gives a guide to creating online videos >> http://www.freetech4teachers.com/p/video-creation-resources.html#.UDpcWaNhGIA
Another site that promises ‘the easiest way to create video’ is Qwiki.com. I haven’t tried them yet, but I was impressed with the demo and the sample videos they have. I am going to test them out.
Videolicious.com is another video creation site that looks similar to Animoto. Their personal plan allows only personal videos but their business plan is only $60 for the year and allows movies up to 10 minutes in length with no ads – a great deal in my opinion.