Tag: video

Barcelona GO!


Barcelona GO! is an amazing time-lapse video on Vimeo created by Rob Whitworth.  Some of the locations filmed include: Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Gran Teater del Liceu, Sagrada Familia, Museu D’Historia De Barcelona, Palau de la Música, and Santa Maria del Pi. Check it out here: http://vimeo.com/98123388.

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La Sagrada Familia Vimeo Video


This video on Vimeo, created by albertocvr, is an amazing look at La Sagrada Familia in Barceloa, Spain.  By using time-lapse technology and drone aerial techniques, he created a high quality video of La Sagrada Familia from innovative and unique viewpoints. Check it out here: http://vimeo.com/60176098.

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Miro Video Converter


Miro Video Converter is a free, open-source software program that lets you effortlessly convert video files from one file type to another.  You simply drag and drop a video file (or multiple since it supports batch conversions) into the program, select the format you want to convert to, and press a Convert button.  It’s that …

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Keep Tube

Keep-Tube is another site that is very similar to KeepVid and lets you download YouTube videos straight from its website (i.e., there is no additional software you need to install).  The website does run on Java, however, so you will need to have that installed to be able to download videos.  Simply copy and paste …

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Mozilla Popcorn Maker

Popcorn Maker

Mozilla Popcorn Maker is a video editing tool that allows you to “enhance and remix” existing video content.  You first locate the online video file that you want to edit, and then using Popcorn Maker’s editor you can add text, Wikipedia content, images, Flickr galleries, Google maps, Twitter feeds, and video effects (like pauses or …

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Dropmark allows you to drag and drop files from your computer or web browser to create a cloud-based presentation.  You can add photos, videos, PowerPoint presentations, PDFs and websites and then organize them as you wish.  You can choose who you want to share the “dropmark” with and can even collaborate with other users to …

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Jumpshare is another file sharing and distributing program (similar to Ge.tt).  Jumpshare currently does not offer user accounts so files are deleted two weeks after they are shared.  However, unlike Ge.tt, Jumpshare has the ability to preview or play most file types right within your web browser.  You can upload .mp4, .mpeg, .mp3, .flv, .doc, …

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Universal Subtitles


Universal Subtitles (or Amara) is a free online tool that allows you to subtitle exiting video sources (you can enter the URL of an Ogg, WebM, flv, mp4, Youtube, Vimeo or Dailymotion video) in many different languages.  If you have ever tried to construct a .srt file from hand, you know how difficult and time …

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VLC Media Player


VLC Media Player is an easy to use, feature-rich media player which you can install on your computer for free. The player is compatible with DVDs, and a variety of file formats, including .mp4, and h.264. There are a number of useful features built-in as well, such as the ability to create “snapshots” from videos. …

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KeepVid is a website that allows you to download videos from YouTube, Vimeo and other popular streaming video sites.  Simply type in the URL of the video in the blue box and click on the Download button (also in the blue box).  You can also optionally search for a keyword and then click on the …

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