Then it's been too long.
And if you are a part of a library or genealogical and historical society, have you ever considered getting volunteers to video different ways your organization can help researchers? My iPhone takes great video. Check it out:
Here's a great example of a video involving family history. [Look at all those clues!] that I found on YouTube, A Pictorial Family Tree of Roger Allen Graves, Marshall , MI:
Also? Have you ever searched Vimeo's website? It has videos too. It's just not as popular as YouTube, but it has a more aesthetic layout. Here's a great example of video called Genealogical Materials, which is a part of a series, done by Knox County Public Library in Tennessee: