I like the tools you mentioned. I also like EDpuzzle. This tool allows you to take an online video and prepare it for class. I have done the following and enjoy how it works:
- Edit the start and/or end of the video (so only a section is shown)
- Insert a question - and can decide the question MUST be answered before viewing more of the video.
- I also find it works to add other questions during the video to ensure students understand concepts.
- I have not tried this but it seems the questions can be "scored" for correctness
- Add voice over to the video
- An introductory comment, a conclusion, or just a remark
- An audio track allowing you to explain the video using your teaching style.
A WARNING. I find the document must be shared using Google Classroom to let students respond to the video.