Tag: YouTube

Apr 26


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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Jun 21

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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Mar 16



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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Mar 09



Vodburner is a free* Windows-based program that allows you to record Skype video calls.  The program features a built-in video editor that allows you to choose which video is displayed (“your side,” “their side,” or both sides) during playback and optionally add text, images and sound files to the video as well. *The free version lasts for …

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Nov 18

EGARC’s YouTube Channel


One of the great things about EGARC is its collection of approximately 12,000 audio and video items in over 60 languages; many of these items are full-length feature films on DVD.  All KU faculty, staff and students are welcome to check out DVDs in our collection for free.  Simply browse our online catalog, and come …

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May 06

Мосфильм (Mosfilm) on YouTube

Мосфильм (Mosfilm), a Russian film studio, has started publishing some of its films for free on its YouTube channel.  According to Mosfilm’s website, http://www.mosfilm.ru/, Mosfilm will upload five new movies each week and by the end of 2011, the number of uploaded films should reach 200. Check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/mosfilm

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Apr 22



Ever wanted to show a YouTube video without any of the comments, suggestions or related videos that show up on the YouTube page?  ViewPure lets you do just that.  Simply paste in the URL of the YouTube video you want to show, press the “create” button, and ViewPure creates a new page with just your …

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Mar 18



EmbedPlus allows you to add scenes, annotations, and zooming and slow-motion functionality to YouTube videos. Check it out here: http://embedplus.com/

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Mar 04



Dragontape is a collaborative webservice that lets you create 3-hour mixtapes of your favorite YouTube videos and SoundCloud clips. Mixtapes are easy to use, simple to share with friends, and let you focus on having a good time watching videos. Check it out here: http://www.dragontape.com/

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Feb 25



Ever want to show only a selected segment of a YouTube video?  TubeChop allows you do just that.  Simply enter the YouTube video’s URL (or enter a keyword to search for a YouTube video), select the portion of the clip you want to “chop,” and then press the “chop it” button.  You can then share …

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