Welcome to Video QuickTips. This is a place where you will find information on video, audio, storytelling techniques. The webshow Video QuickTips brings you tips and techinques to help you produce better video. I also operate Mecca Video Productions, a full service video production company.  You can find out more at MeccaVideoPro.com I hope to share what I have learned during the past 30 years in the media. Television and radio news, video production, voiceover, audio recording, just about anything. If you have questions, just drop me a line and I will do my best to answer. I plan on some video tutorials, tips and tricks of the trade. So enjoy!

5 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. Great site! The image you have on the top of the blog is the same image I use as my background on my computer! LOL
    I added you to my links! Wonderful blog you have here!
    J

  2. Thanks Jay. My header images rotate so keep watching! Like your blog too, keep up the good work

  3. Bill, I just stumbled on your site via some old posts you made on the Sax On The Web forums (trying to find ammunition to keep parents from buying cheapie instruments for their kids to play in band).

    After I lost my last cable job due to consolidation, I decided to finally start teaching music. Am I looking back on that decision? No!

    If you will recall we had some marvelous discussions back in the day about George Young … I hear he’s still recording and doing gigs. His “Spring Fever” album was one of the best investments I made, I still play it quite often! Incredible tenor and soprano work.

  4. Bill, really like the video, while it shows the cookie cutter side of editing, it does give some sort of template to start. Really like your videos, you have given me some courage on some matters I’ve been dealing with, I appreciate.

  5. Joe,

    I suspect your are talking about the Charlie Brooker video on the stereotypical news report. I’m glad you find some value in the videos. If you have any specific questions feel free to ask and I will do my best to answer.

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