This limit has been removed for most users years ago
As compared to.....
You cannot change the 15 minute time limit for Timeline content duration for Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature. Never could.
You can export your Timeline content to file (mp4) saved to the computer hard drive and then from there upload that to YouTube if you have obtained an extended Time account from YouTube.
Those YouTube extended accounts work only at YouTube and not within the Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature.
Please consider and give more details.
Add On...What version of Premiere Elements and what computer operating system...but comments still apply...15 minute limit may be less in earlier versions of Premiere Elements.
I'm using Premier Elements 14 on Windows. I have been using the export to file and uploading myself. But one of the key reasons for going with PE 14 is the ability to upload automatically to Youtube .. however it's a useless feature for me as most of my videos are longer then 15 mins.
The right action for Adobe is to either remove the export time limit or at least let users modify it so they can make use of the application for the intended purpose.
Thank you for the reply.
This is not Adobe. Rather essentially a user to user forum.
You could consider filing one of those Adobe Feature Request Bug Report Form to make your suggestions known to Adobe.
Although Adobe may review your comment, it has typically not responded one on one to those filings.
And, I have not seen any changes in this situation over the many versions.
This continues to be it is what is situation.