A short comment about your tutorials.

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They are good as a marketing tool but of little or no help to start working in an actual project.
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arthur_dayz

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craig

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I knew zero about video editing.

I am still very green.  But by watching these tutorials, I now understand how the process works, and I have created a reasonably good presentation -- nothing professional -- but reasonably good for my skill level.

I am curious as to what aspect of starting a project these tutorials do not cover?  I am asking, because they got me started.
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arthur_dayz

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Hi Craig,

Try to insert an intro to your videos using the tutorials. Good luck.
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Jayne Davids

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Hi, if you are using version 9, this tutorial might help give you ideas of how to create a simple but effective intro: https://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-ca...
I'm based in the UK & offer training and guidance, if you need a little help quick starting your projects.
All the best, Jayne @Raiveon
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Hi, Thank you for the tutorial for an effective intro, It will help me on my Freelancing Services.
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arthur_dayz

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Hi Jayne,

What I'm saying is that if you need to insert an intro to your videos, the tutorials fail to explain you HOW to do that. I don't need an intro.

Thanks.
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Jayne Davids

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You may find the Search tool useful for things you don't find in the tutorials, for example searching for 'how to insert an intro' I found this video, albeit in v8
https://support.techsmith.com/hc/en-us/articles/203729388-Camtasia-Windows-Insert-an-intro-into-time...
Another resource is the TechSmith Community and Help pages