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Binumi - Anthony Copping
GradesK to 12
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Create short, powerful video stories using Binumi's ready-to-go templates and multimedia library. Begin by selecting from the large library of templates to watch a preview, then select...more
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Create short, powerful video stories using Binumi's ready-to-go templates and multimedia library. Begin by selecting from the large library of templates to watch a preview, then select one to personalize and create your video. Templates offer a wide range of options, divided into categories, or use the search feature to find a specific topic. Use Binumi's drag and drop library to add videos and images to your film or upload images from your device. Other options include adding title cards and adding voice-overs to your video. When finished, publish videos to your library to share by email, Google Classroom, YouTube, or social media. Additional options allow you to adjust settings to private or public or access the embed code to embed on web pages. Free Storyteller accounts provide you with access to the starter library of templates and multimedia, with limits on storage for uploads and personal files.
tag(s): DAT device agnostic tool (135), images (254), movies (54), video (247)
In the ClassroomBinumi is a great choice for educators and students to create video stories easily and quickly without prior video-creation knowledge. Use the templates to provide engaging introductions to new lessons. For example, use the 15-second template to focus on the main idea to introduce and feature highlights of an upcoming novel. Share Binumi with students to use as part of any multimedia project to show what they know through video and images. Include their Binumi video within Sway, reviewed here, or Adobe Creative Cloud Express for Education, reviewed here, as part of a more comprehensive project that includes student writing, links to references, and more. Ask students to include a short video as part of their portfolio or blogging activities.
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