April 21

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Video Storage Options: The Best, The Good, and The Obsolete

I get a lot of questions about how video should be stored and shared these days. You’ve finished the shooting and editing and now you want to share your movie with loved ones. In my opinion there are three common options for long term storage and viewing of your life story family history film video.

You’ll be weighing between instant digital accessibility and the habit of gifting something physical with wrapping paper and a bow!

Click here to see the three options. 

About the author

Cory Bretz is a filmmaker and personal historian. He specializes in interviewing elders and helping families inspire their next generation with their life stories, family history, wisdom, blessings, and old photos. He can help you create your own life story family history film or storybook. Cory also loves producing fundraising and profile videos for non-profits and conscious corporations that help them do their good works.


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