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  1. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Everytime I try this I either lose a ton of quality or it takes an hour to upload. That is if the upload doesn't fail. Total bummer.
  2. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Thanks for the reply Hokie...guess we are stuck waiting...? Hey by chance do you stream at all using the gamecap hardware?
  3. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Yes, the YT site allows me to upload videos up to 2 GB and 15 minutes. However, when I try to upload say a 13 minute video clip using Videowave it says that YT only allows 10. I thought I made this clear more than once.
  4. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Thanks a ton for the help, Jon. However, if you had read my initial problem, VIDEOWAVE ONLY ALLOWS UPLOADS TO YOUTUBE OF 10 MINUTES OR LESS. This didn't help me whatsoever.
  5. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    I cut a 15 minute clip and choose "export as". Purpose: User defined (NTSC) Video Quality: User template File Type: AVI Compression: None Frame rate: 29.97 True NTSC THIS IS WHERE I AM REALLY CLUELESS Frame Size: 480 x 270 Pixel Format: RGB32 *As I stated above, I'm clueless when it comes to which frame size and pixel format to go with. I'm not worried about the audio. Sound is fine.
  6. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Right. I have no problem capturing the video in .avi. My problem is I capture longer than 15 minute clips. And I can't start/stop capturing while I'm in a fight. It's not possible. So I end up capturing around 25-30 minutes. When I clip out a 15 minute clip and export, I lose quality. Is it compressing?
  7. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Wait. I'm the op. While I appreciate the response, you could at least acknowledge me and my current problem. These guys, while attempting to help, have started their own little personal beef. I have nothing to do with that. I just want to know how to export 15m videos using the Roxio Videowave software WITHOUT losing ANY video quality. I am beginning to become agitated.
  8. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Yes, I would very much like a resolution to this problem without having to download any other software. This roxio game capture software is great, I just need to find a way around my little problem....
  9. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Does it matter that my video capture hardware is only capturing in 480P?
  10. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Okay guys, I really appreciate the feedback. Now, maybe I'm not knowledgeable enough to explain my exact problem? You see, you tube is not my problem; at all. I have no problem meeting the 2GB and 15 minute upload time. My problem is this: I can capture video with no problem. I play in hd, but it only captures in 480P. Which is fine by me. I would love to have hd, but I knew that wasn't happening when I bought this software/hardware. My problem comes when I go to edit and share. I've been capturing around 2 hours at a time in avi. Now, an average fight for FNC takes about 20-30 minutes REAL TIME. So when I go to make two 10-15 minutes clips and export, I'm losing video quality. I believe it's because the video is being compressed? I don't know. I just want to be able to make 10-15 minute clips from my 2 hrs of cap video, then upload directly to YT. When I upload to YT using the Roxio software, IT ONLY ALLOWS 10 MINUTE CLIPS. When I've uploaded straight from the roxio software, the quality on youtube is fine. But anytime I export the video into 15 minute clips, I either lose video quality or it takes upwards of 180+ minutes to upload a video. Not cool. Again, thanks for the suggestions guys. I really appreciate the help. And Claudio; I really do not want to download any torrent software or pirated software or whatever. I would like to stick with freeware if possible.
  11. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Thanks. I'll keep that in mind. And I'm not having a problem capturing quality video, I'm having a problem uploading more than 10 minute clips to YT. It seems that no matter what, when I export the clip it loses quality or is WAYYY too large of a file for youtube. I really just want to know how to export clips WITHOUT losing ANY quality, so that I can upload 15 minute clips to YT. Uploading straight from the software is working great, and I lose no quality, HOWEVER, three videos for a 10 round fight IS NOT what I want to have to do. SOMEONE PLEASE HELP. -ETA- Also, I'm capturing in AVI because I heard that gives you the best quality.
  12. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    I am not seeing the codec UT VIDEO CODEC(YUV4.2.2). The closest I have to that is Intel IYUV codec (i420) and Intel IYUV codec (iyuv). I'm sorry if I'm totally clueless, but I really want to learn how to do this. Also, the closest resolution I could use was 800 x 450 . And I have no clue how to get my YT account to allow me to do that. And how in the world did you get your videos in hd? Game Capture only allows 480, right?
  13. JRed

    Exporting Videos

    Thanks for the swift reply! I'm going to give this a shot. I'll check back for more info as I'm sure I'll have more questions. Thank you again.
  14. Ok, so here's the deal. I'm currently using RGC to record my fights on Fight Night Champion. Long story short; the fights are about 25 minutes long if they play out a full 10 rounds. I love the option to upload to youtube straight from the editing software, but it only allows for 10 minute videos. I don't want to use 3 videos for one fight. I post my fights on a forum, and very few people want a thread with three videos embedded. So my problem is that I need to export 15 minute clips from the editing software WITHOUT LOSING ANY QUALITY so that I can upload straight to youtubes site, which allows videos of 15 minutes or less. Any help? Thanks in advance...
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