What is ReClipped?
ReClipped helps students take timestamped notes on videos, helps coaches and trainers analyse game videos, and helps teams discuss and share important parts from videos privately. Using ReClipped you can annotate videos from YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox and AWS. Now you can also annotate locally stored Audio and Video files
What are video annotations?
Video annotations are your notes on particular segments of a video. These notes can range from a simple bookmark title to an elaborate backstory about the segment. Typically, annotations are created by users, to summarise the video segment in their own words.
How to create video annotations?
Video annotations can be created on the host platform as well as on ReClipped platform.
Creating video annotations using the Browser extension
To create annotations directly on the host platform, you need to install ReClipped browser extension. Once you install the plugin you can add annotations on the pages with videos on all the supported platforms. Check the supported platforms section for complete list.
Creating video annotations on the Platform, without installing the plugin
To create annotations on ReClipped. After logging in,
- Click on "Add Video" button on the top bar
- Paste the URL of the video to be annotated (currently, YouTube, Vimeo, GDrive, Dropbox, OneDrive, AWS S3 URLs are supported)
- You can start creating annotations on the subsequent page, using the “Create Snippet” button below the video
- Your annotations, thus created, will be visible on the origin page also, if you install the plugin
What are Snippets?
Snippets are segments clipped from videos that can be saved into Boards and shared on any Platform that supports link sharing such as Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp etc.
When you create a Snippet, the video is paused and focus is shifted to the note. After writing the note, you can edit the start and end times of the Snippet and choose to save it to any of your Boards or save it to "Only Me" to keep it as uncategorised private note
Snippets are of 30 seconds duration by default, starting 25 seconds before the current timestamp and ending 5 seconds after the timestamp. You can change this default to 5 or 15 seconds from the duration presets dropdown before saving the Snippet.
To view all Annotations on a video, click on the "Watch Full" button
What are Summary Notes?
A Summary Note is a special annotation that allows for quick timestamped note-taking on videos. Everytime you click on the Pencil icon, the note captures the current timestamp of the video. You can write your notes next to the timestamp. While viewing the video, you can click on these timestamps to quickly navigate to the point in the video that is refered by your note
You can have only 1 Summary Note per video
What are Highlights?
Highlights allow you to create markers in the video without getting distracted. When you click on the Highlighter icon, a note with the current timestamp of the video is saved privately to "Only Me". Highlights are of 10 seconds duration by default.
Best way to use Highlights is to use them as placeholders for important moments in the video. Review them later, edit timestamps and save to appropriate Board
What are Snapshots?
Snapshots are screen grabs from the video. These enhance your note taking, learning and video analysis experience by 10x! Snapshots are always added as bullet point with current video timestamp at the end of the Summary Note
Unlike other apps, Snapshots from ReClipped are stored in the cloud. So, they are not lost when you clear browser memory.
At the moment, Snapshots can be taken only through the Chrome Plugin
YouTube, Vimeo, Twitch.tv, LinkedIn Learning, Ted, Brightstorm, CuriosityStream, SkillShare, BiliBili, Coursera, Udemy, Teachable
Chrome Plugin can be used to annotate videos on YouTube, Vimeo, Twitch.tv (videos section), LinkedIn Learning, Ted, Brightstorm, CuriosityStream, SkillShare, BiliBili, PrimeVideo, Disney Hotstar, Coursera, Udemy, Teachable. We are in the process of adding many more soon.
YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, AWS S3
Videos uploaded on YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox and AWS S3 can be annotated on ReClipped website by pasting the Video URL
Supported formats on Dropbox and AWS S3: mp4, webm, ogg, mov
Locally stored Videos and Audio
You can also annotate locally stored files (audio & video) on your machine. Click on the "Annotate Local Videos" and load the local video using "Browse Files" button. Once the video is loaded you can annotate it as usual
Local videos are not uploaded to ReClipped; hence, be sure to load the video everytime you would like to annotate or view annotations
Supported formats: mp4, webm, mov, m4v, mp3, ogg
Collect your Annotations in Boards
Boards are where you save your Annotations - Snippets, Summary Notes and Highlights. Use Boards just to categorise annotations or invite others to join your Board to collaborate on a topic
Boards can be private or public
If you do not want others to see your collection, keep the board “Private”. If you would like to share your collection with the outside world, make the board “Public”. You can always toggle this setting by editing the board settings.
Add members to your public or private boards
Add members to your board and start saving notes together. Shared boards are best for group study, for providing feedback and for collaborating on shared interests.
Members can be added to both private and public boards.
Search public annotations
Use ReClipped Search on the topbar on Snippets and the Feed page to search from all public annotations on ReClipped. Search not only gives you relevant videos, but also provides you the specific segment that matched your query.
Search own annotations
Use ReClipped Search on the topbar on your profile page to search among your own annotations on ReClipped. Search not only gives you relevant videos, but also provides you the specific segment that matched your query.
You can add Tags while typing your notes using the "#" hashtag symbol. To filter your annotations by Tags, go to your profile and click on Show Menu. All your saved Tags would be listed there. You can click on a Tag to get list of all Annotations with that Tag
Dictate your notes using voice
While creating your notes you can choose to dictate them instead of typing. Click on the "Mic" icon on the top right of the note and start dictating the note.
Currently, we support dictating in Engligh, Russian, Japanese, Hindi, Portuguese, Dutch, Indonesian, Polish, Chinese, Italian, Spanish, German, French. The dictation language is automatically detected from your browser settings. Detection defaults to Engligh for all unsupported locales.
Export to PDF
All your annotations on a video can be exported as PDF file by clicking on the "Export to PDF" in the share menu. The PDF file will contain the link to the video, annotations (with thumbnails) and link to the annotaitons to quickly play the annotation on ReClipped
Export to Markdown
All your annotations on a video can be exported to markdown supported format by clicking "Export to Markdown" in the share menu. This will download a txt file containing the link to the video, annotations and timestamps linked to the original video. You can choose to import this file in applications like Notion.so or Roam Research or simply copy and paste the content in any Markdown compatible editor
Export to Evernote
All your annotations on a video can be exported as a note in Evernote by clicking on the "Export to Evernote" in the share menu. You will need to provide permissions to access your Evernote account. The note will contain the link to the video, annotations, snapshots and link to the annotaitons to quickly play the annotation on ReClipped
Now you can also Sync ReClipped with Evernote. All newly created and updated notes will automatically sync into Evernote. Check out Connect & Export on Profile page
Sync with Readwise
Readwise is great product to compile annotations from eBooks, Web and podcasts. Now ReClipped allows you to connect and sync annotations to Readwise. Check out Connect & Export on Profile page
Place for all Snippets and Boards of a user
You can access a user’s profile page by clicking on their image on the Snippet. Once you reach their profile page, you can find all the Snippets created by them, all their Boards and list of all the annotated videos.
Your profile is a glimpse into your interests.