Easiest way to video a lesson and send on thumb drive

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I am trying to find the easiest way to video a lesson I have to teach and then send to my professor on a thumb drive. The lesson will be 90 minutes long. I am not a techy person, and need this to be easy. I tried using a iPad and it didn't have enough space on it, then I tried a go-pro camera, but it was a pain getting the video from the storage chip to my computer, then onto a a thumb drive. I had a lot of assistance from another teacher at school. However, it is summer now and I need to do this all by myself.
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How large is the video you created? Depending on what device you are using to create your video yo may have a few options. Some devices will allow a micro USB cable connection to your computer, others will require you to remove the SD or MicroSD memory card and insert into a laptops media card reader. You may nee an adapter if using the MicroSD card. Then it’s just a simple copy function.

Connect the GoPro to your computer. Use the cable that came with your GoPro. Attach the end with the USB mini jack to your camera, and plug the USB jack into a vacant port on your computer. Connect the camera to one of the main USB ports on your computer rather than a USB hub or a port on your keyboard or monitor.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    What video tech did you want? Is this video created by you or downloaded from the net? If it is created what software is there? What did it mean, " but it was a pain getting the video from the storage chip to my computer", did you indicate flash drive? If yes, then why did it painful to transfer/copy files on your system? What error is there? What type of assistance did you get from another teacher? Was this helpful?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Moreover, if the video is in 4K video format, it takes huge space. if that case, you can use external hard disk for this purpose.
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