Though I am a graphic designer primarily working in print for my organization, I've been tasked with helping out our A/V department more and more making their stuff look better. They are all technically proficient with their system– Avid on a Windows-based PC– but they lack the design sense necessary to take their work to a higher level. I've received permission from my boss to start looking into video editing programs for myself, so I can create some mockups to show both the A/V people and our supervisors (before A/V even gets involved). The work that I do won't likely be the final product. At home, I've created a couple of movies using the latest version of iMovie, and have found that a bit lacking even for personal projects, particularly with placing text and images over the top of live video. I'm not sure I need all that Final Cut Pro X offers, but the price is definitely in my budget, whereas the Mac version of Avid isn't. I also know that FCE was just discontinued earlier this year. Not that it is necessary at all, because any video I send them will be better than still images I'm using now to describe what I'd like to see and they are just recreating everything I currently send anyway, but is there any program that would allow me to export something that they can directly import into Avid? Thoughts?