eduCanon. On this site you start with any pre-created video content such as a TeacherTube or YouTube video and transform it into an interactive learning environment. Time-link activities for students to engage with while a video is playing. No longer do you have students passively watching! Honestly, if you have a video you already use, consider trying this out. You can also read a little more about it here.
Another piece to consider is EDpuzzle. This is a nifty little tool that allows you to add voice and text comments as well questions to any video. Have a video that is way too long for the point you are trying to get to? No problem, you can crop videos here too. See what the folks at Edudemic have to say about this one.
MoveNote. This tool allows you to add audio and visual narration and explanations to existing presentations. Have you created some awesome slide decks that could use some livening up? This could be the tool for you! Rewind to a November Tuesday Tech Tip to see it in action.
Ready, set, flip. You can do this. Don't go it alone though! Find a teaching buddy, partner in crime, technology guru, or perhaps a family member and jump in. It does not have to be perfect. What you must do is try. Soon you will be feeling like you flip it good, flip it real good.