It is advisable to hire a real estate broker or attorney. The property is for sale as-is/where-is. The CAR forms have the language to that effect. The video is not a good idea. It is too old.
I would consider using the video only if the buyers demand it. Unless it shows the place to be a hell hole, which it probably does not, it only gives the buyers another warranty that they can claim you breached. You will end up arguing what damage that the tenants caused might have been normal wear and tear, and you could end up paying for the way your broker artfully rendered your condo to its best effect.