Video Easy Filter

VideoEasy is a filter to play mp4, mp3 and other media files with html5 players. It uses user editable templates to allow the admin to customize the appearance of existing players or to support new players. Predefined player templates support Video JS, JPlayer, JW Player, Flowplayer and MediaElement.js

Video Time

The Video Time activity enables the teacher to easily embed videos from Vimeo.

MEDIAL Video Streaming Activity

This plugin allows Teachers / Lecturers to upload video or audio files to MEDIAL using a specific MEDIAL Activity which then creates a link to the video or audio file on the course page

Videofile

Easy cross-browser compatibility videos using Video.js.

Planet eStream Video Assignment Submission Plugin

This plugin enables teachers to incorporate video content within their Moodle assignments, and also for students to submit video responses – these are uploaded and securely stored on your Planet eStream media library rather than Moodle itself.

MEDIAL Video Assignment Submission Plugin

This plugin allows Teachers and Students to create and respond to Video Assignments that are uploaded and cataloged in MEDIAL rather than Moodle itself

Ensemble Video filter

Along with the Ensemble Video Moodle Repository Plugin, this plugin makes it easier for Moodle users to add videos and playlists to content without having to navigate to Ensemble Video and copy/paste complicated embed codes. This plugin filters content to render urls added by the repository plugin as Ensemble Video embed codes.

Cincopa Video, Audio and Images Filter

Add HTML5 videos, photo galleries, music, podcasts and playlists to any section of your moodle site. Supported formats mp4, mp3, jpg, wmv and many others. Enjoy more than 100 designed templates for slideshows, video players, video portal, Lightbox and many more. Cincopa is fully hosted and seamlessly integrated with a CDN which makes sure it will work fast and smooth without any load on your moodle server.

Video chat

The Video chat block allows users in the same course to have video chat using WebRTC. It supports openandtalk.com and other video chat service.

Ensemble Video repository

Along with the Ensemble Video Moodle Filter Plugin, this plugin makes it easier for Moodle users to add videos and playlists to content without having to navigate to Ensemble Video and copy/paste complicated embed codes. Once setup, you should see an additional repository option under Insert Moodle media in the Moodle content editor, enabling you to choose videos or playlists from the configured Ensemble Video installation.

Cloud Poodll for Atto - audio and video recording

An audio and video recorder for Moodle. The recordings are stored in the cloud and can be automatically subtitled (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese or Italian). Administrators can choose from recorder skins, and use Moodle capabilities to control the display of icons. Cloud Poodll for Atto is not dependent on any other plugin. Cloud Poodll for Atto is not dependent on any other plugins.

Opencast Videos

This block can be used to link moodle courses to opencast series. Users with respective priviledges (in the following called teacher) can use this block to upload videos to moodle. These videos are transmitted to the opencast system by the cronjob and create a event for the respective series there. The block can be automatically set the access privileges of moodle user enrolled in the course.

MEDIAL Video Feedback Plugin

This plugin allows Teachers / Lecturers to give video or audio feedback to assignments that have been submitted using the MEDIAL Video Assignment Plugin

Cloud Poodll Question - audio and video assessments

The Cloud Poodll audio video recording question allows students to record audio or video directly into Moodle quizzes. It has no dependencies and recordings are stored in the Poodll cloud. The teacher has a choice of audio and video recorders to use. It supports time limits.

Cloud Poodll for TinyMCE - audio and video recording

An audio and video recorder for Moodle. The recordings are stored in the cloud and can be automatically subtitled in English, French, Spanish, Italian or Portuguese. Administrators can choose from recorder skins, and use Moodle capabilities to control the display of icons. Cloud Poodll for TinyMCE is not dependent on any other plugin.

Babelium: interactive video and audio recording

Babelium is an open source video platform aimed at second language learning. This plugin allows students to submit cuepoint-constrained audio/video recordings using their webcam and/or microphone. Teachers can pick an exercise from the list of available videos or make up their own and send them to the Babelium platform.

Video Conference

This Video Conference edition integrates into Moodle as an activity module so video conference rooms can be added to courses as activities.

Video Consultation

Video Consultation is a video communication web application designed for online video consultations, interactive live presentations, trainings, webinars, coaching and online collaboration. This Video Consultation edition integrates into Moodle as an activity module so video consultation seminars can be added to courses as activities.

Classroom Video On Demand Media Filter

Transforms Classroom Video on Demand content URLs generated by the Classroom Video repository plugin into the product's embedded media player. Supports full video, video segments, custom content, and web channels. Requires installation and use of the Classroom Video on Demand repository plugin.

Babellium: interactive video and audio recording assignment

This plugin allows students to record their voices and/or their faces (using their microphones and webcams) and get evaluations from the grades assessment module by teacher. Using the Babelium server, users can assess each other in a collaborative way (in future versions this collaborative feature will be directly integrated in the plugin).

2 Way Video Chat

This 2 Way Video Chat edition integrates into Moodle as an activity module so private video chat rooms can be added to courses as activities, in example for evaluating students.