Processing videos can take time (an hour, overnight?). While it is processing the thumbnail doesn’t always have a picture. If you copy and paste the video into another app (google classroom, padlet, etc), the thumbnail will not show, just a video icon.
5 minute time limit: Perhaps a positive, because folks don't want anything longer anyway!
Editing can happen in the yearly individual subscription ($29/year) or can be downloaded and edited in another program, such as youtube, edpuzzle, etc.
If you are recording another application, check to be sure all features can be seen (copyright prevents recording other videos)
Reminder that if you are recording step-by-step tech tips, steps may look different depending on students devices
Flip the classroom (instruction at home, practice at school)
Make a playlist of videos on Youtube
Leaving verbal student feedback instead of written comments on work
For communication with our parents
If we pushed out as an extension to students, students could record and/or make videos to share understanding
Dubbing A Video Arguably the most entertaining activity on this list is video dubbing. Have your students play a video with the volume muted and record their own narration. Video dubbing is quite a versatile educational activity, as it can be used for language practice, creative storytelling, and plot comprehension.
Using Screencastify with an ipad: Would need the app pushed out to students. If using from web, it prompts user to utlize application.