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Uploading To Youtube In Hd (Youtube Users Only)


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I know I'm not really helping but I have the same sort of problem I was wondering if the cause was the same. I just recorded and edited my video it was recorded in 720 HD and in the editor the properties for the recorded video that I used is frame size 1280 x 720, frame rate is near enough 60 but every time I save the finished video it drops to 96 x 96 pixels and uploads to YouTube at 360p. I;'m pretty sure I'm doing something wrong but I don't know what that is.

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I know I'm not really helping but I have the same sort of problem I was wondering if the cause was the same. I just recorded and edited my video it was recorded in 720 HD and in the editor the properties for the recorded video that I used is frame size 1280 x 720, frame rate is near enough 60 but every time I save the finished video it drops to 96 x 96 pixels and uploads to YouTube at 360p. I;'m pretty sure I'm doing something wrong but I don't know what that is.

"Save"???

 

You can't "save" Video with VideoWave (or most editors for that matter)...

 

You CAN Export As, and you CAN upload to YouTube from the editor ;)

 

Neither of these will change your quality automatically. YOU set the output quality, however, YouTube will adjust according to their own rules :huh:

 

Try it using the Export As option then log onto YouTube and upload the Exported file manually.

 

What happens then?

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