Tools for YouTube

YouTube has some great content, the tools described in this video will make it much easier to use YouTube in the classroom.

QuietTube – To watch web videos without the comments and stuff, just drag the button below to your browser’s bookmarks bar. On any of the supported video pages, click the bookmark button to watch in peace.

Tube Chop – TubeChop allows you to easily chop a funny or interesting section from any YouTube video and share it.

The final tool in the video, Keep Vid isn’t to be recommended as I explain in this blog post.

Via Simon Finch

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4 Responses to Tools for YouTube

  1. ellen says:

    Very timely. I’ve just put both of these into the latest ILT newsletter at college but…I can’t get quietube to work on the network so someone will have to do it at home and send themselves the link. Must put my problem solving hat on…again.

  2. ellen says:

    Problem solved. IE8 – I had bookmarked the site instead of the button on the middle of the page or used ‘bookmarklet’. Now it works on the network perfectly.

  3. James Clay says:

    Another useful tool, posted by Ellen to my Facebook.

    http://www.safeshare.tv

    Thanks

    James

  4. […] did mention QuietTube in a post last week, I was recommended by Ellen to have a look at […]

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