So, CrossStudio and CrossWorks are fairly complex programs. They must be, we work on them every day along with new board support, answering technical questions, creating new technology libraries, and making and consuming copious quantities of coffee.
Now, all of us in the office know how CrossStudio works. And we know how to get the best out of it. And we know how to debug and answer common questions, and we fund ourselves answering the same questions over and over again, pointing out the same menu items, creating the same set of instructions for customers. So, it's clear there are (perhaps) some things that could be done better with online screencast tuition rather than with a written manual that read whilst on the throne.
Therefore I'd like to ask whether this is a good idea or not? I think we'd probably enjoy it, but the end result won't look too professional as video editing isn't our day job. But at least we can ditch the tutorial and screenshots in the manual which are usually hopelessly out of date.
So, chip in and tell us whether this is something that we should do!
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