on Mar 26, 2019 at 2:06:22 am Last Edited By Nicholas Bierzonski on Mar 26, 2019 at 2:19:00 am
I have a real puzzler for the cow:
Some background on me first. I worked professionally for approx. 6 years as an editor using Final Cut Pro 4 through 7. I left the industry and recently have jumped back into editing with Final Cut Pro X.
I recently cut a music project video in Final Cut Pro X and exported a compounded (Nesting in Final Cut Pro 7) timeline to quicktime using ProRes 422.
The Quicktime exported movie looks great and has some simple graphic titles in the quicktime movie.
When I view the quicktime movie the graphic titles are present in the movie.
I uploaded the quicktime ProRes 422 movie to YouTube.
The movie uploaded and plays but the graphic titles aren't there in the processed YouTube video.
I did export from a timeline that was compounded (Like nesting in the older Final Cut Pro 7) to apply some minor color correction.
I don't think that is the issue because I can open the exported quicktime movie and see the titles.
Has anyone run into this issue before?
Above is a screen shot of the video with the graphic title and my codec properties.
I did a search on the cow and elsewhere. I haven't found any having the exact problem that I am describing.
I appreciate any help, advice and time you have to offer!