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Wonderous Logo templates Review & FREEBIE

I’m a big fan of Nelson Long and his SuperGoodProducts PowerPoint templates and other video tools & resources! Check out this big collection of animated logos ==> Wonderous Logos Here’s my full review of the package along with tips & ideas for using these templates even if you are NOT interested in a logo:   […]

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FREE PowerPoint Video Template

My good buddy Nelson Long over at SuperGood Products is one of my favorite PowerPoint video innovators. His video templates are always amazing for a variety of reasons and he is releasing a new set called: CHECK OUT ==> Majestic Templates v2.0 The cool part is: Nelson has agreed to let me give one of […]

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FREE PowerPoint Video Template & Tutorial

I scored another free PowerPoint video template for you! This one comes from the Decinema Reactive Collection: CHECK OUT MY BONUSES ==> Decinema Reactive PowerPoint Video Templates Here’s your free download and tutorial on how to modify it to make your own awesome video slide show: Click this link to download the template package ZIP […]

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Drag & Drop Video REVIEW

OK…THIS is something pretty fresh and very cool! CHECK OUT ==> Drag & Drop Videos “After Effects” Coolness WITHOUT After Effects Adobe After Effects is THE premier video editing platform. You can literally create anything with it. But it’s hideously complex and expensive… What if you could get AE results without the learning curve or […]

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Camtasia 2018 Released Today!

Today is a big day for us Screencasters as the new Camtasia 2018 was released this morning. The new editor is packed with enhanced video processing, all-new production technology, an innovative library, and creative assets to help you create more polished, professional videos.   What exactly is new in Camtasia 2018? In the brand new […]

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Convert alpha MOV’s to work in Camtasia 9

So…a HUGE pain in the butt with Camtasia 9 is that Techsmith removed support for QuickTime and effectively rendered all MOV files with alpha transparency useless. Since then, they have added back support for these but…only if they are encoded with the PNG alpha codec. The problem is: A TON of alpha MOV’s out there […]

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