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Old May 14th, 2007, 04:43 PM   #1
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May be a stupid question.....

But I shoot in HD on Canon XH-A1 and HV20 generally in 24P

Sometimes I want to share my editing progress. I am not copyrighting any of my stuff.

So I thought of sharing with friends by putting clips on youtube.

I tried many diffrent ways ... but thus far had troble getting a decent image on youtube.....when I overcompress.... Images appear too choppy if I try better quality I get a file greater than 100 MB.



any suggestions on on creating a 5 min clip from PPro2 to Youtube
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Old May 14th, 2007, 08:33 PM   #2
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My best YouTube output so far

My best YouTube output so far:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GxYqIyyeW4

The method was to export a DV AVI from Premiere Pro, then follow these instructions from the guys who do "Mr. Deity" http://mrdeity.com/:
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Before uploading, I convert the file with QuickTime Pro to h.264, 480x360 pixels at 24fps, better quality, and with a keyframe every 24 frames. The audio is set to AAC, VBR 96-110, 32k stereo.
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I left mine at 29.97 but the rest seemed to do the trick. It still looks better when you click the button that makes it 320X240.
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Old May 14th, 2007, 10:21 PM   #3
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My best YouTube output so far:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GxYqIyyeW4

The method was to export a DV AVI from Premiere Pro, then follow these instructions from the guys who do "Mr. Deity" http://mrdeity.com/:
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Before uploading, I convert the file with QuickTime Pro to h.264, 480x360 pixels at 24fps, better quality, and with a keyframe every 24 frames. The audio is set to AAC, VBR 96-110, 32k stereo.
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I left mine at 29.97 but the rest seemed to do the trick. It still looks better when you click the button that makes it 320X240.
I shall try this and report the results.... Thank you!
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