If I understand you correctly you want to know what are the best settings for iPads, Android Tablets ect...?
If so, there are a number of presets built into Premiere Pro or Adobe Media Encoder. See the image below for reference.
1. Build your video
2. Select File> Export> Media
3. Under the Format pop-up menu, choose h.264
4. Under the Preset pop-up menu, select your desired output
Hope this is helpful. If not let me know what I'm missing.
You will have to find a way to get YouTube to show those videos using HTML5 instead of using a Flash player, which is the normal standard for about 99% of web video.
Or...get Apple to come down off it's high horse and allow Flash on it's devices.
Here is a prelim. design using Muse (HTML5?).
You see how the embedded YouTube is key to the website. My understanding
is that, since Apple won't play Flash, I will have to switch from Flash to
Muse Presentation Widget with a link to YouTube for others. Unless I can
truly cover 99% of the visitors with what we have.
Thanks for your help.
AME has 15 presets for YouTube and 21 for iPad/iPhone4. All of them are h.264.
For picking the one you want, I favor AME's Preset Browser over the Export Settings dialog that Peter featured above. And I'm not just saying that 'cuz I helped design and implement it. It's searchable and shows you most of the info you need to decide which one to pick.
OK. Thank you.
OK, I see the options and for all the four movies, I chose YouTube 1080p, h.264, 29.97.
So, do I gather correctly that:
- As is, Apple can't see these movies because of YouTube Flash.
- If Apple equip. is to see the movies one must transcode to Apple h.264, but YouTube won't display such.
- There is no way to have one movie available to both Apple and PC.
- My website (Muse HTML5) can't discern which transcode the visitor's playback device requires and switch / select accordingly.
- Or, not ...
Or, not ...
1. Flash can be installed and played back on Mac OS. Flash is banned on Apple mobile devices only.
2. YouTube player can be embedded into a webpage via either an <iframe> tag (which assumes HTML5 use) or an <object> tag (which assumes Flash use). You currently embedded it via the <object> tag.
3. You don't have to convert your movie for Apple TV so as to deliver YouTube content embedded into your webpage. Export it normally, with e.g. H.264 YouTube preset or even H.264 HDTV preset, upload, and YouTube will do the rest.
4. For more control over YouTube player visit Google Developers' page.
Splendid. Thanks for clarification.