Copy a video link from YouTube or Vimeo, paste into SafeShare.tv, and (optionally) trim the start and end times to make a “SafeView” version of the video. You’ll get a URL for the SafeView page. That page has no ads, comments, and suggested videos. The SafeView page can show a QR code for that page. Two more handy features are the ability to make the video full screen and the option to put the video on a continuous loop. SafeShare.tv is free and links do not expire.
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  • learninginhandCopy a video link from YouTube or Vimeo, paste into SafeShare.tv, and (optionally) trim the start and end times to make a “SafeView” version of the video. You’ll get a URL for the SafeView page. That page has no ads, comments, and suggested videos. The SafeView page can show a QR code for that page. Two more handy features are the ability to make the video full screen and the option to put the video on a continuous loop. SafeShare.tv is free and links do not expire.

  • learninginhandIn some school districts where YouTube is blocked, they have enabled SafeShare.tv links to work. #edtech #youtube
  • learninginhandYou can also rename the video and give it your own description. These appear on the SafeView page.
  • unleashing_potentialLove safe share!
  • teachintechgalLove!!!!!!!!!!
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