Monthly Archives: September 2012
VideoScribe.tv is a new exciting way to demonstarte learning or just make a very creative eye catching video! It includes all the drawing animations to wow your colleagues, classmates or students. It is empowers you to create a superb stop motion style animations but a lot quicker and easier.
You can choose from a wide variety of pictures that can be drawn onto the canvas and also a range of text styles to choose from.
Once you have edited your VideoScribe, you may share to Camera Roll, YouTube, Facebook or Dropbox where they can then be shared with the world.
• easy to use
• ‘lifelike’ drawing style
• scale, rotate and arrange images & text with endless possibilities
• use our growing library of hundreds of images
• import your own logos or artwork (.svg format only)
• link to Dropbox for image import, music and exporting Movies
• search the web for images to use within the app
• draw anything to any timeframe
• add a backing track from our royalty free library or add your own (.mp3 format only)
• full colour, outline, black and white and more effects
• change the paper texture & colour
• draw the movie left handed, right handed or without a hand
• get advanced by setting camera positions
• iPad2 & iPad3 only: Record your own voiceover & mix with a backing track
• submit to YouTube, Facebook, Dropbox or share with the desktop version or other devices
• send to Sparkol presentations to include easily in your next presentation.
Below is my first attempt at making a video scribe and below that is one produced by students in less than 25 minutes!
Students effort below! Superb.
The new Year 7 students were very much on the ball with using iPads and were very much raring to go. After successfully obtaining their Bunsen Burner Licence students were asked to create an instruction manual for using a Bunsen Burner safely in a Science laboratory.
Students used Comic Life to produce their comics and worked in small groups of 3 or 4. The students produced some amazing Comics and worked exceptionally well as a team.
The students learnt how to send work from the iPads which will be a massive help later on as this seems to be an issue with some groups. During the last 10 minutes of the lesson students and teachers are frantically trying to share work with peers and practising this skill will hopefully make the end of the lesson panic a thing of the past.