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I have the following sentences:

Anyone can use stock footage.

and

Only you know how to use it correctly.

I am wondering if it makes sense to combine them as such

Anyone can use stock footage, only you know how to use it correctly.

I am implying that even though these stock footage may be free it still takes talent to select the right one and put them together.

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You should add a but after the comma

Anyone can use stock footage, but only you know how to use it correctly.

Reading a but basically makes people ignore most of what has been said before and focus their attention on what is being said after the but. This way you can emphasize that while anyone can use the footage it takes someone with a certain amount of experience in the specific domain or talent to use the footage correctly or efficiently.

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