If you restrict students' ability to install Chrome Extensions, you may run into a problem when recording.  WeVideo needs an extension called Recorder for WeVideo which will be blocked if you have "Block all apps and extensions except the ones I allow" enabled in your G Suite Console.  The way around this is to force install via the extension id: iaiglpeefdoagfbbfhjfbmomnfobojia

-Scott

On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 8:47 AM, Elizabeth McCarthy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
If you purchase licenses you can remove students and then add new students to use those licenses. I have a WeVideo Edu account for my online classs and each semester I remove the old list of users and add new students. The students who are removed will be downgraded to the free WeVideo account.  You can keep their media in the domain or not when you remove them. I usually have my students publish their WeVideo videos to their YouTube Accounts so they will have their final videos elsewhere once they leave. 


Elizabeth McCarthy, MAT
Digital Learning Specialist
Google for Education Certified Trainer


On Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 8:36 AM, Richard Ballard <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hi,

I'm considering purchasing some WeVideo licenses for our school. In our high school most teachers may use the WeVideo for a project or 2 and then not use it again for the rest of the year. What I wanted to look at doing is buy a certain number of licences to allow a teacher to complete a project and then reprovision those licences for the next teacher and her students doing a project. It doesn't make since to me to buy a licence for every student in the school and only have a hundred or so being used at one time for a project. Has anyone done that, what might the problems be?

Thanks
Rich

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