That is correct. Premiere Elements 11 has a file size limit for YouTube of about 10 minutes.
I see. When I save to computer and then upload, some things came up a bit fuzzy. Would you suggest the highest resolution settings for saving to computer first?
FV4 1080 Flash seems to be the highest... ?
This is the place for Premiere Elements (all versions). You have come to the right place.
Not so good news for you. You cannot use YouTube extended time account's in the Premiere Elements (any version) built in YouTube feature.
Premiere Elements built in feature has limit of 2.00 GB/15 minutes.
If your Timeline content destined for upload to YouTube is beyond the limits posted in Premiere Elements, then you need to export your Timeline content to a file (good idea AVCHD.mp4) saved to the computer hard drive and then from there upload that file to YouTube at the YouTube web site. Please refer to Publish+Share/Computer/AVCHD with Presets = one of the MP4 presets consistent with your project details.
Any questions, please ask.
Hey AT. There are about 12 MP4 options in AVCHD. Any guess which would bring the most luck?
Thanks for the reply.
Most would point you to YouTube Widescreen HD (but if used as its default, that is only going to get you 1280 x 720 p24)
If you have a 1920 x 1080 project, a good choice is MP4 H.264 1920 x 1080p25 if you are in a PAL Setup....if NTSC Setup, then MP4 H.264 1920 x 1080p30.
This choice is a usual winner.
Have you seen the YouTube document on Advanced Encoding Settings?
Thanks as always AT. I will see what happens with your first suggestion. The video needs to be posted in about 2 hours, so I'll take the first one that looks decent. : )