VideoStudio: Rendering for You Tube.

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Post by sjj1805 »

If your source material is NTSC then you need to go into the template
"Tools | Make Movie manager"
locate the template and edit. go to the compression tab and alter the settings from PAL 25 fps to NTSC 29.97 fps

Sorry cannot be more specific as I am not at home at the moment.
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Post by dmz »

Time to update this for X2.
I tried directly uploading to youtube from X2 and it didnt work. Complained about authentication even though the account was fine.
In 10+ I used to create an avi and upload it from youtube which took forever to render.
Now there is a create flv option in X2. So I tried that (640*480) and it is quicker to upload but seems worse quality than creating an avi.
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Post by Black Lab »

My experience has been the quality depends not only on the source material, but also on the amount of movement in the video. YouTube does not cope well with a lot of movement. The video below was done with X2, but I did not use the direct upload method. Like you I uploaded an AVI file. Took a while, but the quality is pretty good.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWFUBzhBRtc
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Post by sjj1805 »

tony62 wrote:After a lot of experimenting I finally got Utube to accept a HD file to make use of the new 1280 x 720 format. Besides VS, you only need the free program Windows Media Encoder.
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/window ... fault.mspx
With all your AVCH files in the time line, render the video to WMV HD 1280 x 720 (the file will be very big).
In Windows Media Encoder > Convert File>Select File Download (Computer Play Back)>High Quality Definition Video (5 Mbps VBR 1280 x 720)
In the sample below the file was reduced from 1,222,895 KB to 293,414KB, the video is 7.30 min in length. When you click on ¡¥watch in HD¡¦ you get a large wide screen in HD.
Utube will only accept file size under 1Gig and no longer than 10min.
Hope this helps.
My sample is here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghsEGwYSfT0
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Post by duncanthorne »

i have windows media 11 installed.
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Re: VideoStudio: Rendering for You Tube.

Post by ionamartin123 »

nice tutorial, thanks buddy. youtube and other online services are the target for our work and it's good to know that corel is good for these too.
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Re: VideoStudio: Rendering for You Tube.

Post by BrianCee »

Hi Iona - you have picked on a very old topic to comment on - we have advanced by four versions of VideoStudio since the last comment in this topic each one introducing more features especially in the HD and blu-ray areas - you might like to search for some more recent topics on using Youtube to bring yourself up to date.


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