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Brian Kayfitz
1080p to YouTube settings
on Mar 11, 2007 at 7:27:45 pm

Hello,

I have a couple of 1080p and NTSC ads that I have to put on YouTube. To the best of my knowledge, videos have to be under 100mb before they can be uploaded onto that site. So far, everything that I've done to compress the video (all done in Adobe Premiere Pro's Adobe Media Encoder) has resulted in some really low quality video. Everything looks fine on my computer, but the uploaded version is really poor.

So, what would you guys suggest for optimal quality on YouTube (and other sites among the same ilk) Should I try to reduce the resolution to 320x240 on my end or let their upload service do the work, etc.

Many Thanks!

Brian Kayfitz

High Definition Authoring
http://www.infinitehd.com


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Danny2007
Re: 1080p to YouTube settings
on Mar 12, 2007 at 1:26:46 pm

You certainly want to be doing the resizing yourself.

It's a London thing.


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Scott Davis
Re: 1080p to YouTube settings
on Mar 12, 2007 at 5:20:28 pm

Brian, I picked this up of the "DP Buzz" (Philip Hodgett's podcast website) for the best YouTube quality.



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Brian Kayfitz
Re: 1080p to YouTube settings
on Mar 12, 2007 at 11:34:20 pm

Fantastic!

Thank you so much. I'll give that a shot the next time I'm in the office. Btw, what's the URL for that podcast? It sounds like a good resource

Cheers!

Brian Kayfitz

High Definition Authoring
http://www.infinitehd.com


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Ben Waggoner
Re: 1080p to YouTube settings
on Mar 14, 2007 at 4:34:56 am

Also, if you use Soapbox instead, you can get 400x300, and in better quality as well...


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Brian Kayfitz
Re: 1080p to YouTube settings
on Mar 14, 2007 at 3:44:23 pm

I was placing around with the H.242/AVC encoder in the quicktime tab in both Premiere Pro's Adobe Media Encoder AND After Effect's Render Tab and both times the white balance of the video looked really washed out!

Check this link to see for yourself:





I didn't notice any setting that would mess with the colours...so I'm wondering I'm just crazy or that there is something wrong with this video.

Thanks



Brian Kayfitz

High Definition Authoring
http://www.infinitehd.com


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