Here Today, Gone Tomorrow—Unless You Videotape
Well, the play is over, and I am reaaally tired. The play was "A Midsummer Night's Dream," by our local children's theater. ("Children" being defined as from about ages 7 to 17. A wonderful chance for kids of various ages to work together, become friends with each other, miss each other when it's over, and look forward to the next time they're together again. This group draws from a number of towns, so it really does break down boundaries. And because most of the work is done by parent volunteers, it's affordable for everyone.)
But I digress. The play was terrific. Both my daughters had a great time—one as Philostrate, and one as Quince—both parts usually for guys, but who cares. I'm the only one for whom it's not over, actually. I videotaped it, and now I get to make DVDs for all the families. I bring this up mainly as a lead-in to a future blog entry, which I don't have energy to write now. (I've got that book to finish, you know?)
People keep asking me how I get from tape in the camcorder to video DVDs, just using my computer. So that's what I want to write about next.
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