It was becoming much too complicated. And if it isn't too complicated for some people, it's still definitely too time consuming.
You had to worry about the following:
Redoing videos over and over again to make sure you got everything right in one take or face the daunting task of loading your raw video into Camtasia or another editor to make everything perfect.
Making sure your videos were optimized for the web (So they looked good and didn't take too long to start playing).
Having a different mobile version of your videos to show users of iPhone, iPad, Android and other mobile devices (More and more people are doing most of the web viewing from their smart phones and other mobile devices).
Basically using "duct-tape" to try and put all the pieces together with Camtasia, Screenflow, Jing, Handbrake while continually looking for the "perfect" solution to make it all easier or less time consuming.
Uploading large files to your own server, Youtube, Amazon S3 or other video hosting service.
Getting the proper code in place to display your videos with the hope that mobile devices would be able to see the mobile version of your video.
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