Nope, only to FTP
Maybe somehow through the YouTube Content Manager:
you can do that with youtube API, but unfortunately you need to know at lest one Programming Language to do that (PHP or JAVA or .NET)
I found no information about how to upload directly from premiere cc or encoder to youtube.
It's still impossible to do that? I use final cut just because this option is available in the menu share / youtube and it makes my workflow easier.
I'm really desappointed if it's not possible, and with a cc acount it seems to be impossible to get premiere element for free.
No offense, but if I use many hours on editing, I don't mind using the extra 5 min. to upload my export to you tube from my browser, if I like the editing application in it's core form :)
the fact is in my company my job is to create graphics and video, not to approve them and share. The possibility to upload directly to youtube (in private mode) allows me to deliver my work to my colleague who manage the youtube account and decide for on-line edition. It allows us to be more efficient.
Maybe I'm the only one in my case, which have to separate video production and youtube account management :/
I think it's not stupid to manage production and on-line approbation separatly, don't you think?
To be honest, I hav not given it much thought, since I only have seen it more consumer oriented software (being on PC), but you are right, it could be nice to have :)
Adobe Premiere Elements WILL allow for direct uploads to Youtube, Vimeo, FaceBook, etc., with some limitations:
Though one might have an Extended Account, PrE has a Duration limitation, closer to the "regular" account specs., so one would still have to Export, then Upload manually, should their Duration exceed the program's limit.
I have no idea whether a direct upload capability might get added to PrPro.
Buti think that's that the point? I don't want to go back to the office after 5 hours of rendering just to upload the video to YouTube. It would be nice to leave the video to render overnight and as soon as it's done, it's automatically uploads. Jut my two cents