Having said that, I was struck by how clear and unadorned this uTube video was handled. It is a 'how-to' on the new version of Scrivener and also describes how to sync the desktop version with an iPad using DropBox.
I expect the author might be happy to share his video making ideas with you. He is English and has a generous spirit.
It's strength is its simplicity and clarity - it gets out of the way of the message and the learning experience is as good as you could hope for without a whole bunch of American hyperbole and shouting and 'monetising' - which seems to be part of breathing in American products and tutorials.
Hope this helps.
Yes, I see what you mean - it seems very clean. And although he doesn't seem to be following a script, his speech is very clear and he doesn't drift off the point or make a lot of asides, as I've seen a lot of spontaneous video makers do.
I will check him out and maybe get in touch...
Thanks for the tip!