I have an idea of what helps developers, because I am a developer. Videos are over-recommended by users on DAW forums. That’s my opinion as two-time Electronic Musician Editors Choice Award winner (teams I was on). Videos are over-prescribed by non-developers, imho. I have Camtasia, it takes more time than “did you check control room?” / “yes”. Video is good when you know what you want to look at it. I’ve done beta testing very a great company that’s growing; few videos, more daw-projects exchanged, because often an exchanged DAW project allows the other person to reproduce or not quickly.
When I want to learn about a DAW feature or production technique, on YouTube, so many people rambling in their videos, didn’t take the time to edit out the rambling. I’d rather read a manual.
My attitude is not good, sorry, not changing, plus I just missed a full night of sleep; I don’t hang out on forums, come when I need tech support, try to get through it fast so I can leave the busy-bodies who fret about me behind.