I'm going to begin taping several local high school football games. The coaches want the footage on DVD within 3 hours of the game. Which isn't a problem, I just need to get the DVD to the coaches. So I came up with the idea to find a way to burn a DVD for them on the spot. I use a high-end miniDV camcorder and recording on a consumer-grade miniDVD camcorder is out of the question. Here's the question: Is there a device out there that records the video signal from a camera and burns it to DVD in realtime? Basically I'm looking for the recording portion of a consumer-grade DVD camcorder that accepts video input from an outside source. The other requirement is for that device to be controlled by the camera (probably via FireWire) so that the DVD recording starts/stop in synch with the camera. Thanks!