So I recorded 30FPS 10second video with a game capture program called fraps last night and its avi. When I finish recording I can watch the video and its perfect 1080p no blur just crystal clear.
I followed so many peoples advice and it just comes out not in perfect 1080p quality when uploaded to youtube.. there is always blur and its definitely not crystal clear.
I read a few people had the same problem and they said to render the video in after effects as lossless.. then take that rendered video and compress it with adobe media encoder. I'm trying to get this uploaded on YouTube in perfect quality. I know people on YouTube that do the same thing as I do but their video is 100% crystal clear at 1080p on YouTube its just amazing and I can't settle with less. I'm wondering would this work if I render lossless then import and compress with adobe media encoder? I have a sample that I put on YouTube I can show, I just need to make it public and will post on here.
Watch in 1080p http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LB2eTOUUfM
Without knowing your exact output settings, nobody can say anything. "Blurriness" can have a million causes from using too low data rates for the compression to simply the footage having something in it that causes extraneous artifacts. And since YT add anotehr pass of compression, that may further degenerate already problematic footage. Provide the link to your YouTube example as well as screensjhots of what it looks like on your system along with the render settings used and otehr information that may be relevant.
I import my avi file into after effects, composition settings were
1920x1080 30fps and everything else is default, I then click the video comp to highlight and added it straight into adobe media encoder.
Adobe media encoder
H.264 and used YouTube HD 1080p 30FPS preset in adobe media encoder and did not change any settings.
Also I found a YouTube video and that person had the same problem as I do. Would this method work: