Don, I would consider that the DVD tutorials only need to be of a technology 
that will play on a computer. Most of the folks I know that use tying DVDs play 
them on their laptop which they will set up in their normal tying area. I don't 
know of a lot of tyers that set up an HD TV for the purpose of watching 
tutorials. Granted, once folks find out that your handsome mug is going to be 
featured, that may change. 


--- On Mon, 11/24/08, DonO <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> From: DonO <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: [VFB] Was U-tube demo, then rot. vice, now CD technology- new thread
> To: vfb-mail@googlegroups.com
> Date: Monday, November 24, 2008, 10:02 AM
> Re: [VFB] Nice u-tube fly demoLOL, that's me, too.  I
> have rotary capability on my Dyna-King, but I just don't
> use it.  Learned to tie without rotary, so it's just an
> add-on capability.  Very few of my flies need rotary
> assistance, since I tie few flies that need spinning, and
> the ones that need spinning can easily be done by
> hand-spinning.  What I need is a bull-dog grip and a firm
> foundation to build patterns that have defined tops and
> bottoms.
> 
> I'll be meeting today with the videographer, so
> I'll be one step closer to making fly-tying cd's. 
> So do I go High Definition or Blue Ray?  Was told that HD
> lost out to BR like Beta lost out to VHS.  Now both Beta and
> VHS are gone.  Do I get rid of my HD player now- I have lots
> of movies and stuff in HD?  Do I buy a HD video camera (if
> the players phase out?), or Blue Ray camera for the coming
> technology?  Is Blue-ray just for movies?  But if it takes a
> different player, why not dual players like the VHS/CD
> players.  Again, it seems the collateral damage of the
> technology wars is my checkbook, along with the losing
> tecnology.
> 
> This is flyfishing related, because after I have 2 or 3
> videos 'in the can' from a professional, I want to
> start filming my own, thus I need to buy the equipment.  But
> if the viewing public has 3 or 4 viewing technologies, which
> one do I film in and make the investment?  Are Blue-rays
> reproducible?  DO THEY PLAY ON COMPUTERS?  Do they convert
> to other technologies or play on lesser machines?  Are there
> copyright/security programs for them to stop pirating? 
> Would it be better to film in the older technology for the
> majority that have CD libraries already?
> 
> Audio:
> I still have a record-player and a huge library of vinyl
> records.
> I still have a box-full of 8-tracks, but no player.
> I still have boxes and boxes of cassetts, and one or two
> players.
> I have lots of audio cd's and players
> My wife now has an i-pod.
> 
> Video:
> I still have many VHS tapes and one player (no Beta)
> I have many video cd's
> We have started a library of HD DVD movies.
> 
> Yes, the new technologies are better, but that doesn't
> justify destroying a library of the previous technology. 
> But since this isn't primarily for personal use, what
> video technology do I provide as a retail business?  I guess
> this is a marketing question, isn't it.
> 
> I'm in the learning mode here, so any advice would be
> appreciated and used.
> 
> DonO
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Allan Fish 
>   To: vfb-mail@googlegroups.com 
>   Sent: Monday, November 24, 2008 7:37 AM
>   Subject: [VFB] Re: Nice u-tube fly demo
> 
> 
>   Thanks, Iain.   Lots of good videos on that site.
> 
> 
>   But look at him.  He spent all that hard-earned money (at
> least it would have been in my case) to get a high-end
> rotary vise and then doesn't use it except to examine
> the fly AFTER it's done.
> 
> 
>   A.
> 
> 
>     Hi Guys
> 
>    
> http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=pwtbbQhhCwI&feature=related
> 
>     its in Spanish but the picture says it all
> 
>     he has some other nice demo's on her as well
> 
>     iain
> 
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