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Getting Above 360P

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Alright so i create my video with the roxio game capture HD pro and then put it in videowave. I add one intro and then put audio on the video (this may not be relevant but details never hurt :) ). Anyways once i do those things i will try and upload it to youtube. Then i will sign in on my account and then fill out the video tags and so on. It uploads and transcodes but for some reason it does not appear on my channel. Can someone please explain why.

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??? I think you should be asking that of YouTube :huh:

 

One other trick you could try would be to Export As to a file.

 

Then manually upload that File to YouTube.

 

We do give Extra Credit for details ;)

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If Jim_Harden is to answer this question i would assume he knows me pretty well by now considering ive posted 3 times lol.

Anyways im CERTAIN this will be my last

Alright so i am about to export a film i have done with the Hd recorder. I filmed in 720p and then edited through videowave.

Now im about to export and if i look at one of the details it says it says the following: "video: Corel Corporation AVC/H.264 video Encoder, 640 X 360,25.00 fps"

 

Obviously 640 X 360 isss not 720p so my question is what am i doing wrong and how can i fix it.

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??? I think you should be asking that of YouTube :huh:

 

One other trick you could try would be to Export As to a file.

 

Then manually upload that File to YouTube.

 

We do give Extra Credit for details ;)

So i know that when i go to export it to my desktop from videowave it is not in 720p form it is a 640 X360 so what is changing it??

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??? I think you should be asking that of YouTube :huh:

 

One other trick you could try would be to Export As to a file.

 

Then manually upload that File to YouTube.

 

We do give Extra Credit for details ;)

 

I FINALLY FIGURED IT OUT the entire time it has been my intro! it turns out that the intro is running in 360p format so there-fore it was causing my video to export in 360p form!!!

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You have post this very same issue in 3 separate Topics :huh: VERY confusing!

 

I don't think your 'intro' has anything to do with it :glare: UNLESS it is being uploaded separately and combined in YouTube...

 

(understand that Armada ninja does an Export As from VideoWave to their desktop and from there upload to YouTube)

 

But as long as you are adding the intro in VideoWave, it will always be rendered to file using the Settings you choose!

 

Please confirm or correct my assumptions ;)

 

Thanks!

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You have post this very same issue in 3 separate Topics :huh: VERY confusing!

 

I don't think your 'intro' has anything to do with it :glare: UNLESS it is being uploaded separately and combined in YouTube...

 

(understand that Armada ninja does an Export As from VideoWave to their desktop and from there upload to YouTube)

 

But as long as you are adding the intro in VideoWave, it will always be rendered to file using the Settings you choose!

 

Please confirm or correct my assumptions ;)

 

Thanks!

Aright i have confirmation the problem was that the dimmensions of the intro were 620 X 340 which caused the entire video to be exported like that i then changed the dimmensions to 1280 X 720 and also the format to AAC and that solved both the issues of the intro playing correctly AND the video being low resolution just uploaded and its in perfect HD quality thanks for the help :);)

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So you then were loading the intro to YouTube and the Video clip you rendered in VideoWave and YouTube was responsible for the change...

 

It is impossible for VideoWave to do that unless you specifically tell it to render to that resolution ;)

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So you then were loading the intro to YouTube and the Video clip you rendered in VideoWave and YouTube was responsible for the change...

 

It is impossible for VideoWave to do that unless you specifically tell it to render to that resolution ;)

Well the problem has been solved but just out of curiosity for people who may be having my same problem ;) could it have been that the format of the intro was different from the production itself in videowave? Because it would be 1280 X 720 on the video information without the intro when i was about to export and then the same video withhhh the intro in it was 620 X 340 (or 640 X 320 not completely sure which ;) )

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NO not possible!

 

I played with this extensively this morning, trying various combinations.

 

You have never answered my direct question about this and I have asked twice now :wacko:

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The question being do i load the intro separately to youtube i assume and no i do not the intro is added to the videowave editing software with the video and then exported together

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The question being do i load the intro separately to youtube i assume and no i do not the intro is added to the VideoWave editing software with the video and then exported together

Thank you!

 

Then it is impossible for VW to do what you claim ;)

 

YOU SET the Output resolution when you pick Export As. VW then uses that setting for ALL of the Project!

 

Even the "Same As" setting uses the settings of the very first clip, but is only available when the first clip is HD...

 

The important thing here is that you did get it working!!! I just do not like to see the implication that the software is mysteriously doing some that it is incapable of doing :lol:

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