Did you know that if you’re trying to prepare an Edpuzzle activity with your own video, you can actually record in Edpuzzle? It’s true!
They have a Chrome extension that records and pops the video right into Edpuzzle. You can record in-camera only, desktop, or tab mode, with your webcam in the corner. Unless, of course, you don’t want your webcam on during your screencast – in that case, you can turn it off, too!
You can then trim or cut parts of the video, select its thumbnail, and decide if you’d like it to be public or not. Once you’re done editing, you can add questions, notes, and voiceovers just like you’ve always done in Edpuzzle!
That same extension, by the way, adds a button in YouTube for sending videos straight to Edpuzzle. That’s a nice little added convenience!
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