Headliner is a free online video editing tool that I started using last week. So far I have been impressed by how easy it is to use. One of the best aspects of Headliner is that it includes a free selection of music to use in your videos as well as an integrated image and video search tool. The integrated image and video search tool can help students quickly find free media to use in their videos.
To get started using Headliner you do need to create a free account on the site. Once you’ve created an account you can begin making videos from scratch or by following one of the simple templates in Headliner. Using the blank template is probably the best way to get to know the features built into the Headliner editor. And that is what I demonstrate in my video that is embedded below. In the video I also demonstrate how you can download your videos and or save them in Google Drive and Dropbox.
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