Daniel wants to know how to move the video he shot on his mobile phone and burn it so he can watch it on TV without having to turn his head sideways. Leo says that video editing software can do it. The local Costco may be able to do it as well. He can also just airplay it directly.
Dave's friend wants to watch videos she's taken, and there's about 58GB of them. Would DVDs be a good choice? Leo says that DVDs are a technological dead end. He recommends an AppleTV. But she'd need internet access. The benefit would be able to play via Airplay from her Phone. But the videos flip sideways since she shot them in portrait mode. How can he do a batch conversion? Leo recommends Handbrake! It's free and will do all the conversion. But the flipping may still be a problem. The TV is ignoring the orientation information that is embedded by the iPhone.
Alan doesn't know the term for the way they show vertical video on TV. Leo says it's because the video was shot on a mobile phone, and TV programs will use effects to blow up the original video and blur it out, placing it behind the video image. This is to just fill out the screen so it doesn't look like there's a problem with your TV Set. It's called PillarBox, and Leo says it's an easy effect that can be done with Adobe Premiere.