You cannot upload your Premiere Elements Timeline content to YouTube using the Premiere Elements built in feature if the Timeline content exceeds 15 minutes.
You can export that Timeline content to file (.mp4) saved to hard drive and then upload that file to YouTube at the YouTube web site where you need to apply for and get a YouTube extended time account.
YouTube extended time account do not work in the Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature.
There is no workaround for this condition.
Please consider. If any questions or need clarification on this, please do not hesitate to ask.
I don't know what setting Premiere uses for the 'upload to
youtube' selection but the file size is drastically smaller(good) . I wish
Premier would give us the ability to disable that stop or turn it into a
warning rather than prevention.
On Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 5:29 AM, A.T. Romano <email@example.com>
Although you have not said, your comment about
Please reduce the duration of video and try again."
suggests that you are working with Premiere Elements 14/14.1 which has a dramatically differ sharing section than previous versions. If this is the case....
Although 14's Export & Share/Online/YouTube does show Timeline content/duration file size/duration, nowhere are the limits given as it did in the prior version (not even in the 14.1 update that was released).
Consider filing one of those Adobe Feature Request Bug Report Forms. But, for now, it is what it is.
Can you please post a screenshot of the error you received while trying to upload video to youtube.
Also, if you can share duration of your timeline sequence and file size
My error message says:
under export & share online youtube resolution HD 1080 1920x1080. Error: the video duration exceeds
the maximum duration supported by the destination. Please reduce the duration of video and try again. ok.
I could not figure out how to screenshot the error message. I am usually Adobe Premiere elements 14.