What version of Premiere Elements and on what computer operating system is it running?
Have you refreshed the Online Services in preferences?
Consider turning off the router about 35 seconds.
Also, in the web browser, clear the Cached Web Content found Options/Advanced/Network.
Consider using another default web browser.
What is the duration of the Timeline that you want to upload to YouTube using the Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature.
For troubleshooting purposes, please export your Timeline content to a file (AVCHD.mp4) saved to the computer hard drive, and from there upload the file to YouTube at the YouTube web site. Does that work for you?
Please consider and give more details.
I am having the same problem - same message this morning in London, trying to export a 15 minute movie in H.264, 320Kbit, 48khz to Vimeo Plus.
I had saved the completed project to MacBook Pro into movies. The file is within the Vimeo weekly upload allowance of 5GB. Yesterday, the latest update from Adobe PE was successfully installed.
My next course of action will be to delete the 'saved file' in 'OS X movies and re-install it onto OS X desktop instead of using the 'movies application' and attempt to submit it to Vimeo without using Adobe to do the job for me. 2 lengthy attempts at doing this from within the PE application of 'publish + share' to has failed.
I am feeling disappointed, as I only bought Adobe PE a few days ago, however I am still learning, so please do bear with me. I will try the suggestions made by ATR first.
Thanks ATR for taking the time to write and look at this problem.
I am using Adobe Premier Elements version 13.1
Macbook Pro OS X Yosemite version 10.10.4
I decided not to delete the file which is called an M2T file. After reading about the problem in the communities, I have changed the browser from safari to chrome and will see if this works.
Thanks for the reply and exploring the suggestions.
At this point, the problem could be on either side of the upload. So, the results from uploading your saved export file from Premiere Elements to Vimeo at the Vimeo web site should give us important information for troubleshooting.
To be continued...
I had no luck with Vimeo. The file size is 2.71GB
I have since, cleared out the cache, browsing history on Safari, Chrome and Firefox. I recovered 20GB after removing old videos from the OS. I have more to clear, as I only have 77GB left out of 500GB....how naughty of me
I am thinking of using an A/V file converter to change over to MP3 and wondering if this might work on Adobe, or would it be a waste. I have changed all incoming files over to MP3 on iTunes, but would rather not use iTunes to save my work coming in from Adobe. I am also considering reinstalling Premiere Elements in case I missed something out during the original installation. I will need to back up first. I am confident that all of this will suddenly all fall into place.
I use iMovie and GoPro Studio and wanted something better for home movies. My thinking is that once I have mastered Premier Elements, my next step will be to go for the big one - Adobe Premiere.
Being mindful you are all volunteers and you offer support freely to the many, I am grateful for your input and help. Most kind .....
To be continued .....
Thanks for the follow up.
Are you saying, if you exported your Timeline content to AVCHD.mp4 file saved to computer hard drive and then uploaded that file to Vimeo at the Vimeo web site, the upload did not work? Did you get the Online Services message as you did with the upload of the Timeline content to Vimeo using Premiere Elements built in Vimeo feature?
You mention that the file size of the upload is about 2.7 GB. What happens if you make a copy of the project (File Menu/Save A Copy), use the copy, and cut the project down to 1 GB - will that work from within Premiere Elements built in Vimeo feature as well as within the file to Vimeo at the Vimeo web site route?
Please update us on your progress as your schedule permits.
Problem solved. Ultimately, I had failed to spot the Vimeo HD upload facility. Silly me. Previously I had not opened the 'publish and share' feature to its full potential and missed out.
The upside from all of this is,neither Adobe or Apple were at fault and that my browsers are now clean as a whistle! I have free'd up 100GB from the hard drive, plus I learned a valuable lesson about Adobe Premiere Elements and how your support here really matters. Thank you so much AT.
Have a nice day
Wonderful news. Well done sorting through the details to obtain your upload to Vimeo.
Thanks for the follow up. Appreciated.