I would like to produce and edit a video. I have been a photographer for 20+ years but have no experience in video production. I need to create this video by late April. I understand some of the basics: can use a camera to shoot video or a camcorder, need a separate microphone to get good quality audio (isolate any mechanical sounds from the camera) if I use a large-sensor camera (e.g. DSLR), need to be careful with focusing need to light it carefully, but cannot use flash (video requires constant light) -- fortunately I have one softbox (18" octagon) that can handle heat need to edit in some kind of software (e.g. Adobe Premiere Pro) but I've got a lot to learn. Any tips on how I can learn this quickly? Books? websites? Youtube videos? I will need to add text over some of the video clips. I will need to do some photoshop-like things. Some of this I will have to shoot on location and cannot bring much equipment. It will be indoors with low to moderate light (easily shootable with a D3 but a bit dim for other equipment) and overeseas. I understand lighting pretty well but cannot bring lighting equipment and prefer not to buy expensive flood lights For equipment, I have a Nikon D90 and a Canon G10. My Nikon D3 does not have video. I am considering buying a Sony RX 100 II. What are the advantages of camcorders? If I want to sample You-Tube videos for use in the video, what are the technical issues in doing this? Can I suck this into Premiere Pro or other editing software? There are some public-domain videos that are appropriate to my subject matter and story line.