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Sorry if this has been posted before. I tried to skim some of the topics and looked for a search function with no luck.

 

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I just got this software and ripped a video and wanted to upload directly to youtube using the upload feature in the software. It seems to get about 75% complete and appears to hang. Is there a known problem or fix? Anyone else have this problem?

 

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I would suggest going to you tube and upload through them.

 

You can read there specifications, video formats, and lenght of video you can post.

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I have a lot of videos to upload. I would rather use the function within the software, and not waste disk space or burn to DVD. Waste of resources and time. If they have that function in the software it should work. If not take it out.

My youtube accountS allows me to upload a 3+ hour video.

 

Ripping a video is using the software to copy the video into a digital format ready to upload. "ripping off of one source to apply to another".

 

I would prefer a fix to the bug, rather then a work around.

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Ripping a video is using the software to copy the video into a digital format ready to upload. "ripping off of one source to apply to another".


That works except when the original source is not protected or copyrighted. If you are ripping from a digital source, you are wasting effort.



I would prefer a fix to the bug, rather then a work around.


So would everyone but it is unlikely to happen. Every time YouTube makes a change, the programs that upload to it would have to change also. The direct upload is much faster in my experience. There are at least 2 other software programs that have this issue also.


Even if you select the direct upload, the program will encode a copy so you are no wasting disc space.



I feel that whatever anyone else says, you will not be happy with the suggestion.


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Ripping a video is using the software to copy the video into a digital format ready to upload. "ripping off of one source to apply to another".

That works except when the original source is not protected or copyrighted. If you are ripping from a digital source, you are wasting effort.

 

- Not true. I am ripping files that are .BUP, IFO, VOB format into a youtube supported format for uploads. No way to go right from my DVDs.

 

I would prefer a fix to the bug, rather then a work around.

So would everyone but it is unlikely to happen. Every time YouTube makes a change, the programs that upload to it would have to change also. The direct upload is much faster in my experience. There are at least 2 other software programs that have this issue also.

Even if you select the direct upload, the program will encode a copy so you are no wasting disc space.

 

The software should just work as a proxy. And I doubt that Youtube is making major changes often. If so the software should keep up with patches just like the one they did for Windows 10 that fixed the logon issue.

I feel that whatever anyone else says, you will not be happy with the suggestion. Again not true.

 

 

 

I am not trying to be a Troll. It just grinds my gears when something does not work as advertised.

And as CDan suggested, I am doing the work around for now. I will open a case with Corel / Roxio and update this tread if I get any useful information to share.

 

 

 

 

 

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Notice the name of the program IS VHS to DVD. VHS is analog. I'm now wondering if that is the program you have.

 

I did not say to upload directly to YouTube from the DVD, I said to copy the files and edit those or change the format. As the below short video discusses, VOB filoes are really just mpg2 files. You can upload those to you tube just by changing the extension.

 

If the DVDs are not copy protected, all you have to do is copy them to your computer and work from there. Here is a short video on copying the DVD files to your computer. I would image that this is too basic for most people but others may find it interesting.

 

I'm not going to get into a philosophical discussion about software working the way we want it to and never change.

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