Review the process of recording and editing audio files.
- Hi-Q mp3 Voice Recorder(Android, free)
- Tape-a-Talk Voice Recorder(Android, free)
- Pocket Wavepad(iOS, free)
- i-Prompt Pro (iOS,free)
- Audacity(iOS/Win, free), Tech Tips: Audacity(PDF)
- Twisted Wave (browser)
- The Best Voice Recorder, Bryan Gardiner, The Wirecutter, 8/15/13
- Sony ICD-AX412 on Amazon
Free Music Sites
Windows Movie Maker
- Windows Movie Maker is a video-making tool which comes free with Microsoft Windows. It is not exactly a feature-rich application but it is well-suited to simple tasks such as creating video to save or send to YouTube or via email.
- Microsoft Guide to Movie Maker: View Here
- YouTube – How to upload video to YouTube (view Using YouTube Tech Guide.pdf)
- Open your video file within Quicktime Pro, then Drag the beginning point and end point to where you want your video to start and end.
- Click on the menu “Edit” then choose “Trim to election”.
- View your edited version and make additional edits if needed.
- Save your movie by going to “File > Save As”
- QuickTime Pro X basic recording and editing guide.pdf
To use Handbrake to compress your file:
- Select your “Source” file.
- Click on Toggle presets and select Apple.
- On the Apple dropdown, select iPhone and iPod Touch
- On the main window, select the format Mp4, and to the right, check Web Optimized.
- Scroll down and click on Picture settings and write down the Window size dimensions (usually says 480 x 272).
Tutorial on using Handbrake (with screenshots)
Clipchamp (browser based)
Fordham’s Google Drive, YouTube and Embedding Video into Blackboard
- How to Upload Video to Fordham YouTube and Embed the Video in Blackboard Course Item
- How to Upload Video to Fordham Google Drive and Embed the Video in Blackboard Course Item
- Directions to share with students on how to upload a video to either Google Drive or YouTube, and then embed them in Blackboard (either in a discussion board post or on a Wiki/Journal/Blog)
Tools and Tips
- Free YouTube Downloader (download computer software via CNET) *in ppt use .avi or .mpeg
- YouTub (download YouTube videos for free – be careful of ads)
- Zamzar (free, online file converter)
Sothink Video Converter (Win, free)