- You are now able to edit video in the Web Browser without using the Editor Plugin
- You are now able to remove unnecessary parts from the middle of the video
- The waiting time in front of the screen while processing the video decreased
- You are now able to edit video even on Mac OS PC in the Web Browser version
Scheduled Release Date
January 5, 2022
*Video editing and video extracting from Web Browser are not available in Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer still requires an Editor Plugin.
Target Subscription Plan
All subscription plans
Reasons behind the release
Previously, editing video on a PC using Teachme Biz required the installation of an Editor Plugin or a Windows Desktop app.
However, installing dedicated apps requires a lot of effort in all aspects, such as installation, operation management, and app usage. Therefore, we have decided to develop functionality to edit video directly in the Web Browser version without installing any dedicated apps.
At the same time, to reduce the costs for capturing and editing the video, not only the existing video editing functions are added to the Web Browser version, but also the following enhancements will be added.
・Function to remove video sections from the middle of the video, allowing users to correct errors that occurred during video recording
・The time-consuming video processing will be performed in the background so that you can perform other tasks while waiting for the video to be processed
・Increasing the speed of video-generation related processing other than playing the video and reducing the waiting time for each operation
New operations available in the Web browser version
・Adding markings to video such as arrows, etc. (Marking)
・Removing unnecessary parts such as the front, back, or middle of the video (Remove section)
・Removing sound from video (Remove sound)
・Extracting still images and video clips from video (Extract Image/Video)
Screen image of video editing "Marking", currently in development
Operations that cannot be performed only in the Web browser version and require the use of Editor Plugin:
・Capturing image of your screen
・Capturing video of your screen
There is no change to how you use the Web Browser version of the screen.
When you click "Edit video" or "Extract video" surrounded by orange boxes after the release, a new video editing screen will appear automatically.
Editor Plugin is launched when you click "Edit video" or "Extract video" surrounded by orange boxes.
Video editing or video extracting screen is displayed when you click "Edit video" or "Extract video" surrounded by orange boxes.
- Add captions, symbols, or frames to video (Web Browser)
- Remove parts of video (Web Browser)
- Mute video (Web Browser)
- Extract image or video clip from video (Web Browser)
Customer impact, notes
Recommended system requirements
・The video editing on Mac OS PC using the Web Browser version (Google Chrome, Apple Safari) will be added to the recommended system requirements.
・Video editing and video extracting from Web Browser are not available in Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer still requires an Editor Plugin.
Video formats that are not supported
・You cannot extract the video from HEVC H.265 encoded video
・You cannot extract a video from a video file with "AVI" extension
What is the difference with the Editor Plugin?
・Capturing image and video of your screen is not available
・Copying and pasting markings is not available. We are considering possible future release.
・Selecting and moving multiple markings at the same time is not supported. However, changing the size and color is available.
Regarding the use of the Editor Plugin
・After the release, you cannot edit video or extract video clips using the Editor Plugin. An exception is when you are using Internet Explorer.
About future development of video editing related functionality
In the first half of 2022, we plan to release the "Subtitle (tentative title)" function, which displays text in the video during playback, requested by many customers.
Please be patient and wait for the release.
2022/01/05 Updated to "Released" and added links to operation manuals.