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Will do, thanks for the response.

To add more info to my situation… The training videos are more on how to do certain job tasks/functions on a processing floor… not leadership/conceptual training that would benefit more from expertise post-production.

Also, I wouldn’t say they are throwing me into the fire here. I know my abilities to pick up new programs and self teach myself (to a degree) and then seek additional help (like external training as mentioned), so for basic videos, I feel confident that I am the right person for the job.

Finally, I do understand, and will prepare for the learning curve that is video making, so I do want to start slow (and inexpensive) and progress as my skill level does.

I can’t help to go back to your comment on Premier Pro 1.5… do you recommend another avenue?

All things considered, I will create proposals for all things I deem necessary to accomplish these goals without taking the “throw money at it” approach.

Thanks for the feedback and keep it coming.

I’ll take a look at the resources available here and elswhere.

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