Video has come a long way since the days of film and playback on a projector. The 1970's ushered in a new era with video tape playback on a VCR. Camcorders of that era recorded the video on tape and you removed the tape from the camcorder, immediately inserted it in to the VCR and viewed it instantly. That was a "no hassle", two step process. Record it, then playback right in your set top VCR.
Today, playback for the consumer has become a "hassle" on a set top device (DVD or BlueRay). Many devices capture great video and in many formats. Today it's now a four step process to get it to a set top device. Capture your video, usually on a "card" or hard drive, then you need to convert it to a DVD or Blue Ray compliant file, then burn the DVD or BlueRay before popping it into one of those. Of course, that's if you have the time, skill, and resources to do that.
Alas, there is a "hassle free" alternative. Just stop by and drop off those cards or tapes and we can make the conversion to DVD or BlueRay for you..
View our video highlights from the United Way for Cortland County's 2nd Annual Triathlon Event "Cortland Tri for United Way"