I am really amazed, using a Mac for 30 years, now, that there is no simple, inexpensive, non-coding solution that allows a presenter to author a user experience that provides users with the means to interactively browse and navigate a collection of instructional videos.
Specifically, I would like to have a bank of thumbnails which visually describe the content of each video contained on a single "page". Clicking the thumbnail starts or stops the video in question - which fades in from the background color of the page while growing in size - then fading out and shrinking at the end of the video - or upon a second user click on that thumbnail.
I'm sure someone can do this with code - but I do not want to code, ever.
Too bad software has remained primitive, expensive and reserved for those who code.