This list was originally posted on physhare by Frank Noschese at John Jay High School in Cross River, NY.

If you already have Logger Pro, there is a video analysis and about 25 sample movies built in. All of the sites listed below have a variety of momentum videos for download (elastic, inelastic, explosions, 1D, 2D, etc.).

Some of the websites also have free software to download, or to use right over the web.

RIT LivePhysics Videos
http://livephoto.wikispaces.com/Sources+of+Videos

Rutgers Physics Quicktime Movies
http://paer.rutgers.edu/pt3/movie_list1.php

Doane Physics Quicktime Movies
http://physics.doane.edu/physicsvideolibrary/default.html

Texas A&M .AVI Movies
http://www.science.tamu.edu/CMSE/videoanalysis/

RPI Studio Physics Movies and Labs
http://www.rpi.edu/dept/phys/Courses/phys1/activities.htm

VidShell 2000
http://www.webphysics.ccsnh.edu/vidshell/vidshell.html

Coastal Carolina University Videos and Labs
http://kingfish.coastal.edu/physics/phys211/dinge/

Video Analysis on the Web
http://electron9.phys.utk.edu/video/

A World in Motion
http://www.physicstoolkit.com/

Tracker Video Analysis
http://www.cabrillo.edu/~dbrown/tracker/