Hello, I have adobe premiere element 9. I have never been able to upload a clear video to youtube. Great before, a pixel mess once uploaded. I have try all the different set up, some are a bit better but far from being nice to watch. I have a gopro, movie are taken in HD and a fairly new panasanic video, also HD. If I upload straight from the gopro movie (not using adobe) the video is great on youtube. I try to save the finished video (from adobe) on my computer, then upload it (not using adobe) still a pixel mess. I am not an expert but I have seen some nice and clear video on youtube and I would love to be able to do the same. I recently downloaded "handbrake" and make my finished video through it...still a pixel mess. I am not sure what to do, something maybe with my set up, the rendering....I have no idea.....
Any help will be very appreciated
Thanks in advance
What computer operating system is your Premiere Elements 9 running on?
Pick a video source and let us stick with it through the troubleshooting.
What are the properties of the source file
Interlaced or Progressive
Pixel Aspect Ratio
What have you been setting as the project preset for this video?
What is the file size and duration of this upload to YouTube from within the Premiere Elements project?
If you export the Timeline to a file saved to the computer hard drive and then upload that file to YouTube at the YouTube web site, what are
all the Premiere Elements export settings for the saving of the file for uploading later to YouTube?
That is a lot to be asking. But the answers will be in the details.
Please review and consider and then we will decide what next to solve this issue.