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wideo - create your animated videos

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Wideo is an online animation platform that allows you to create, edit, and share videos for free. The platform allows you to choose (or upload) the images, fonts, animations, and videos you want to use in order to create your own online video and then share.


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Olivia Solis Casso's comment, February 13, 2013 10:52 AM
Very motivating for students and teachers. THANK YOU WIDEO!
Olivia Solis Casso's comment, February 13, 2013 10:52 AM
Very motivating for students and teachers. THANK YOU WIDEO!
Vinicius Tolentino Ribeiro's curator insight, February 14, 2013 5:59 AM

So easy! Let's try! ;)

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Wibbitz - Convert Text to Video

Wibbitz - Convert Text to Video | Successful EFL Teaching | Scoop.it

"Wibbitz is a text-to-video platform that can automatically turn any text-based article, post or feed into a short video. Using Wibbitz almost any article, post or feed on the web can be instantly turned into a short video clip."

 

Je hoeft je niet te registreren. Het videootje kun je embedden op je website of weblog.

 

Ik heb deze tool als eens beschreven op Manssen.nl in het bericht "Een videootje genereren van jouw eigen site of blog. Leuk!!"

http://www.manssen.nl/2012/05/13/een-videootje-genereren-van-jouw-eigen-site-of-blog-leuk/


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Linda Mercer's comment, November 28, 2012 9:02 AM
Thanks for all of your comments and responses to my question. Perhaps the relative success of using Wibbitz depends upon the platform (if that's the right term!) upon which the web page rests. Interesting idea though.
Linda Mercer's comment, November 28, 2012 9:02 AM
Thanks for all of your comments and responses to my question. Perhaps the relative success of using Wibbitz depends upon the platform (if that's the right term!) upon which the web page rests. Interesting idea though.
Dennis T OConnor's comment, November 29, 2012 4:07 PM
I've had nothing but success using this tool. I've used the RSS feeds from my scoop.it magazines to create a Wibbitz news feed that I've placed on several of my blogs. Platform: Chrome +PC