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Quality On Goes Up To 480P On Yt?


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I've uploaded two videos to YouTube that I've recorded with the Game Capture HD Pro and both give the option of viewing up to 1080p on YouTube. Might want to ensure that you video source and the profile you use to capture are 720p or above, and if you are using VideoWave to edit and upload your files to YouTube you might check to make sure it is not creating your project as 4:3 rather than 16:9.

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Im able to record my gameplay in 720p using the software. However, when i export it and share it on YT, the quality only goes up to 480p. Why is this?

are you rendering then uploading or uploading right from videowave?

 

I find it is better to edit in videowave, render as .wmv, .mp4 or .m2ts then upload to Youtube.

 

Like Afro said, Make sure your project is 16:9 and rending in a matching format to the video file.

 

VERY Good Point!!!

 

In VideoWave you MUST set the Project correctly before you add any video :o

 

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(note: taken from VW in Creator - so yours will not have 3D)

 

And unless you choose Widescreen (16:9), HD is not available!!!

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I uploaded directly from within VideoWave to Youtube & Facebook and the max resolution was 480p (that was uploading a 1080p Production).

 

When I upload outside of VideoWave (manually) - it uploads at the full 1080p. I wish VideoWave had some more settings to adjust the auto-upload quality - but for now - it doesn't.

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Guest ivanatrox

Hi All,

 

I did some tests and find out the upload is capped at 480p if it's a 4:3 project.

 

If you create a 16:9 project but continue encountering the quality capped at 480p issue, please let me know.

 

Thanks!

 

Ivan

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