Over the years, camcorders have shed some unsightly pounds and ounces while adding more and more recording capacity. The happy result: it's easier than ever to record hours upon hours of video footage. There's only one problem: what do you do with this video after you've recorded it? Unlike those stacks of tapes lying in a dusty corner of your basement, many consumers are shooting to non-removable hard disk drives or flash memory cards (which, while removable, are too expensive to be consumed like blank tape or DVD disks).
Ensuring that video survives for generations will take some a bit of work on your part. Here's how to do it.
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