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Greg Harper, the LiHD Answerman, answers questions from the LivingInHD.com community. Greg answers the question, "What is ...
the best way to save my videos?"
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So you’ve now watched your wonderful HD movies in your television set and there’s a previous episode of the answerman which will describe how you connect your camera to your TV; but now you want to store these movies forevermore, you want to store them in such a way that your friends, your relatives and your kids can see them years from now. Well, fortunately there are couple of options; if you have a tape-based camcorder, well, you can very easily just store the tapes; only problem with use of the tapes is, eventually they will wear out, so you probably want to make a back-up copy on that. So one way of doing that is connect your camcorder directly to your computer using a USB cable for example, and then burning them on to DVD’s; DVD’s you can buy them in packs of 100’s or 50’s or whatever, and burn them, they’re very inexpensive and they will last a lot longer than the tape will. But of course if you have an SD camcorder, and you have it on the SD card, you say, well, how do I get off this, what do I do with it? Well, a couple of solutions there as well; you of course, can keep this, as they’re going down in price, you can just keep it on these cards, there’s little lock switch on there, you flip it so you make sure you don’t erase it inadvertently, but you can also plug it in to a little reader, stick it into the computer and store it on your computer. Now, you might say your computer doesn’t have infinite storage and may also have a problem of being crashed, so one solution is to get an external hard drive. Here’s a little one here, it’s a high 500 gigabytes of storage or hundreds of hours of programming, they’re very inexpensive, you can actually have a couple of them stored. Keep one in home, put one in the safe deposit box, you put all your video on this and hope this was helpful, lease go to LivinginHd.com, to the answerman for more questions.