Nice work, Steve! I produce to DVD only and anything for the web I then convert to Flash video using Flash 8. As a result, I don't have any templates to share but this is a great idea!sjj1805 wrote:I have discovered how to create and share user defined movie templates. This should make life easier for all of us.
Making and Sharing VideoStudio Movie Templates
Come on ladies and gents - lets get sharing!!
nmehta wrote:We have a made a video tutorial that uses DivX to create you tube videos.
Check out the following tutorials that I have authored.
http://takeoneflix.com/ulead-videostudi ... sing-divx/
http://takeoneflix.com/ulead-videostudi ... high-gear/
Hope this will answer your question.
There are many other free video tutorials on our site.
.vidoman wrote: One of the problems with using DivX is that it is a highly compressed format. If you view it without further compression the quality is quite good. The downside with YouTube is that it will recode the video to FLV (Flash Video) to be streamed via their servers.
So that means that the DivX video will be recoded and as you know, suffers a tremendous loss in quality. I don't know if they accept FLV files, I need to try it I guess.
YouTube recommendsI've also noticed that after YouTube processes the file, it is not 640 x 480, but ends up being 425 x 355. So start with the highest they accept or recommend, 640 x 480.* MPEG4 (Divx, Xvid) format
* 640x480 resolution (* most updated recommendation)
* MP3 audio
* 30 frames per second
I've managed to upload an FLV file to YouTube. I converted a DV (avi) file to FLV. It's not ready to be viewed yet. As soon as it is, I'll post the results.
I ran about 4 different files up to YouTube:
tony62 wrote:You Tube now lets you upload HD videos and they can be viewed that way by clicking a button at the bottom of the video screen that says: " Click here for High Definition".
Many blogs explain how to do this by using different video programs. I would like to be able to do it in VS.
You Tube is not limiting you to 100 MB, it is now 1 Gig.
You can use higher Bitrates up to 2000.
Video size now can be 640 x 360 or higher.
Here is an example I found. Make sure you click it from Standard To High Quality.
Here is an example tech vid of how to do it in other programs:
It may not be HD as we are used to on our HDTV but any improvement is better than (their so called) Standard Definition.
vidoman wrote:If you have the Windows Media 9 Encoder Series installed, you can use a higher-def profile. In the Share step, do not select the Share Video On-Line option. Use Create Video File>WMV>WMV HD 1080p or 720, or select Custom, then WMV as the file type, and press the Option button, and go to the Profile tab to select one of the High or Ultra High Quality profiles...