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Videowave And You Tube


retiredandlovingit

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I am using VideoWave 9 to edit files such as jpeg and mpeg which genterates a filetype VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) YouTube does not appear to support this file. Here is some background.

 

At the conclusion of the project while one might normally burn to a file or dvd for distibution to others, some folks have suggested it would be easier to share the movies and/or slideshows I make on You Tube. Movies and/or photos shot and not edited are loaded to YouTube without incident. When I download edited files it fails on format type.

 

You Tube indicates:

 

YouTube accepts a wide range of video file formats such as .WMV, .AVI, .MOV, and .MPG ....... and If you don't think your current video file format is recognized by YouTube, you may get the best results from converting your file to MPEG4 video with MP3 audio. Sorry, but this does not mean much to me.

 

Does anyone have any input on how I can post videos on YouTube that I edit in EMC9?

 

Thanks!!!

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I am using VideoWave 9 to edit files such as jpeg and mpeg which genterates a filetype VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) YouTube does not appear to support this file. Here is some background.

 

At the conclusion of the project while one might normally burn to a file or dvd for distibution to others, some folks have suggested it would be easier to share the movies and/or slideshows I make on You Tube. Movies and/or photos shot and not edited are loaded to YouTube without incident. When I download edited files it fails on format type.

 

You Tube indicates:

 

YouTube accepts a wide range of video file formats such as .WMV, .AVI, .MOV, and .MPG ....... and If you don't think your current video file format is recognized by YouTube, you may get the best results from converting your file to MPEG4 video with MP3 audio. Sorry, but this does not mean much to me.

 

Does anyone have any input on how I can post videos on YouTube that I edit in EMC9?

 

Thanks!!!

 

FYI, dmsm or dmsd files are not video files but simply a listing of your project sources, edits etc.

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I am using VideoWave 9 to edit files such as jpeg and mpeg which genterates a filetype VideoWave Production (*.dmsm) YouTube does not appear to support this file. Here is some background.

 

At the conclusion of the project while one might normally burn to a file or dvd for distibution to others, some folks have suggested it would be easier to share the movies and/or slideshows I make on You Tube. Movies and/or photos shot and not edited are loaded to YouTube without incident. When I download edited files it fails on format type.

 

You Tube indicates:

 

YouTube accepts a wide range of video file formats such as .WMV, .AVI, .MOV, and .MPG ....... and If you don't think your current video file format is recognized by YouTube, you may get the best results from converting your file to MPEG4 video with MP3 audio. Sorry, but this does not mean much to me.

 

Does anyone have any input on how I can post videos on YouTube that I edit in EMC9?

 

Thanks!!!

 

If you are going to do only minor editing of video files, the quick way of doing it would be to use Buzz light (free). I has some minor editing ability to remove sections. As malate kid indicated for major edits, use Video Wave and output your file to one of the acceptable formats.

 

EMC 9 does not have that direct upload feature but it is in EMC 10

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After you finish your edits in Videowave, click the film reel icon on top of the preview window. Then select the type of file that Youtube accepts. Once you have the video file, follow the steps in this post.

 

Your feedback worked. Thank you!

 

You just made a child (just turned 5) very happy. Now she can tell others to watch her "on the computer". Being able to load this out to You Tube also helps others who are not mobile enough or live too far away to attend the events.

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