I currently use DaVinci Resolve 18, but I have used Camtasia Studio 8. I recommend Camtasia to anyone that needs nothing more but simple editing and a screen recording incorporated within the software. Camtasia is really great, still DaVinci is the winner for me!
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Hello James! I am not an Udemy veteran, but I already have 2 courses here on Udemy and I think I could give you my advice. First of all, I priced my first course as a free one. That wasn't the best move, and it's because there are lots of sites that will take your free course and market it themselves to lots of people (which are often bots that have enrolled in thousands of courses). Basically what happened to my first course was [1) I got lots of students but only 4% actually viewed the first lecture, so my completion rate was going down. 2) I got lots of negative reviews, just because, without any concrete reason...] To conclude, you should not give away your course for free, instead I have another tactic I have used which might help you! My tactic was to price my course for $29, then I went into the promotion section and created 1000 free coupons. After that, I went to facebook groups that matched my course's topic, and gave away free coupons to people that were actually interested. What happened after? I got good reviews and people that completed my course 100% I hope I have helped you!
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