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Video-editing apps are a quick and fun way to capture your life in all its color, movement, and audio-visual splendor. If you want to make videos that enrich your learning, read on!


Neither do most lecturers. If you wish your teacher had a pause button to allow you more time to take notes (read more on note-taking strategies here), then wish no more. Using Write-on Video, you can pause and tag the important sections of a lecture video to aid revision later on

1. Move the “Scissor” icon to where you want to add a tag on.

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2. Tap on the footage and select “New tag”

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3.Categorize the tags with colors, and take notes in the description box

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Here is another tip for the lecture video. You can apply different filters to show-up the faint, hard-to-see chalk-board writing. Tap on the footage and select “Add filters”.

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Watch and learn

You can’t learn to play an instrument or sport by reading notes, but you can write on training videos directly with in-depth detail using Write-on Video.



Capture fine, complex movements with video recordings, and edit them with brush and caption editor in Write-on Video. You can adjust text and brush size, colors, and opacity to mark out the scenes.

Instructional Tutorials

If you need to create quick, professional-looking DIY tutorials, and slideshows on the fly, Write-on Video is your go-to app. Adding captions, stickers, and drawings is a cinch and exporting your edited videos to YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook takes only a few seconds. No more messing around with that clunky desktop video-editor that crashes halfway through processing!


Write-on Video saves your annotated script as a handy PDF e-book. You can easily read or share your notes.


Write-on Video script

Learning Remixed

Organized information helps you learn faster. With Write-on Video, you can cut and reposition your lecture video scenes in a logical sequence. You’ll train your ability to organize information, foster deeper understanding of the subject and ultimately revise the information more efficiently.

Like our tips for blending videos into audio-visual learning? Share them with your classmates and teachers to revolutionize your learning style today!


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Sanjeed V K

Sanjeed graduated in Life Sciences from the National University of Singapore after-which he discovered his innate passion for communicating science and technology. He earned his editorial / journalism chops at an academic publisher for over seven years.

Having lived and worked in Singapore for most of his life, he is now based in Taiwan where he develops content for the country's booming technology and lifestyle sectors. With "Content is King", as his motto, Sanjeed uses simple, straight-forward prose to deliver easy-to-understand nuggets of insight.

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