Category Archives: QuickTips

Free “Censor Beep” Sound Effect and tutorial

Here’s a little tip & screencast video tutorial I pulled from one of my Screencast Coaching Webinars. I show how to create and use a “censor beep” sound effect (download it below the video). I also demo a nifty little trick for creating some text content and then “timing” it to my audio narration. Click…

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Free PowerPoint Effects Template

Over the last year, I’ve had really great results and responses from my live presentations at seminars around the country. One of my favorite’s has been one called: “How To Create Your Very Own Killer Video In 45 Minutes!” In that presentation, I use a PowerPoint 2010 template with nice design and some “pre-built” animation…

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Ultimate PowerPoint Video Narration Method

Is there anything faster and easier yet as visually engaging as a good “presentation style” video like those made with PowerPoint? I’ve been singing this song for years now and have put out several training tutorials on how to do it and given several live presentations on my tactics to make it as easy as…

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How NOT To Make A Software Sales Video

In my previous post, I let everyone know about a nice video marketing and list building tool called Premium List Magnet. Check out the original post HERE. You’ll see a Pop-up video that was created by the developer to “sell” the software plugin. It does a good job of showing all the nuts & bolts,…

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Big Video Launch Rip Off #1

If you’ve been getting my emails for awhile, you know I’m a big fan of big product launches that use video as their primary sales method. You don’t sell a million bucks worth of stuff in a week by using anything less than the most effective means available… And the really big guys & gals use…

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Camtasia 7 Drag n Drop Custom Callouts

In this Camtasia Screencast QuickTip, I’ll cover a very nice “hidden” feature in the new Camtasia Studio version 7. In version 6, to add custom images to your videos, you had to add something called a Custom Callout (in a somewhat complicated procedure) before you could add them to your timeline. In Camtasia 7…it’s sublimely…

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Google Search Story Tutorial

After the 2010 Google Super Bowl ad I was inspired to try my hand at making one of these very cool screencast videos. In case you missed the blog post about it, here is the Google ad that aired and my first attempt to do one: Google Search Video Post Check it out and leave…

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Google Super Bowl Ad

Like a lot of folks, I was intrigued by the rare ad run by Google during the Super Bowl. Some people loved it, some hated it, some indifferent. Certainly, if loud action shots, side splitting humor, or just good ole’ fashioned big boobs are what float your boat as far as commercials go then this…

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“Lower Thirds” for Camtasia Videos

Here’s a Camtasia Screencast QuickTip on how to create a “Lower Third” for branding and copy protecting your videos.

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Cool Custom Images

One of the things that definitely separates marginal video from really good ones has to do with “what’s going on visually?” as the viewer watches. Online Pharmacy Comprar I almost always try to put some kind of visual spark to keep the video interesting. Lots of folks have asked me where to get graphics to…

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