Re: Movavi software for creating video tutorials?
Never heard of Movavi, but I'm in the same boat you are.
The less expensive software is, the more likely it is to be approved.
"Doesn't matter if it makes the work take six weeks instead of six hours. It's not as if you were doing anything worthwhile with your time, and we're paying you anyway."
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