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AndroMedia Video – Video Creation and Editing on Android Tablets & Phones


AndroMedia is a free app for creating and editing videos on your Android tablet or Android phone. I initially tried AndroMedia about a month ago and ran into an annoying bug that prevented me from writing about it. The app has since been updated and that bug is gone so now I’m very happy with the app.

AndroMedia allows you to create videos using the images and video clips stored on your tablet or phone. To create a video select the images and clips you want to display in your video and arrange them sequentially. Then select transitions (optional) to place between each clip. Finally, you can add a sound track to your video by recording your voice or using audio clips that are stored on your device.

Learn more about AndroMedia in the video below (warning, the music is loud).

When you have finished assembling your project on AndroMedia you can upload it directly to YouTube. I uploaded my video to YouTube and have embedded it below. Unfortunately, that was the only way that I could get the video off of my device for online display. Of course, once you have it on YouTube you could download it from your account.

AndroMedia could be a great free app for students to use to create short videos on Android devices. If you’re taking students on a field trip have them take pictures or capture short video clips to mash-up as a summary of what they saw and learned on their field trip.

This app worked equally well on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1-Inch and Motorola Photon.

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