I will just add this, in case it's important. I don't think it is.
I have sometimes watched a DAR video for beta/evaluation purposes, but would otherwise never, ever, voluntarily watch an online "video", if that means screengrab plus voiceover, in a million years.
They are awful, in my personal antiquated opinion, an annoying waste of time. (Always too much time, but that is only part of the problem.)
Print is far better, provided it is well thouight out, engaging and correct, with images and videos added (only) where they truly add something (which is very rare).
If that is too old-fashioned, how about real video, where an actual person speaks to camera, with sometimes a whiteboard, sometimes pictures, sometimes a screenshot or screenfeed to help.
Dimitri is always particularly scathing about "stupid cat videos" taking over the internet. That is how I feel too--just not about cats.