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Version 10 is a pretty old version of the program. And YouTube is continually changing the way programs interface with its site.
Newer versions of Premiere Elements have features for manually or automatically updating to the latest interface. Version 10 may not and the interface may well be obsolete.
The best move may be to use Share/Device/Computer/AVCHD with the YouTube HD preset to output an MP4 and then manually upload the MP4 through your browser at the YouTube site.
Perhaps those are my only options. I want a good reason to get the newer program, but with the little I do, I couldn't justify the money. I suppose, if it will fix this issue, it may be justified, at least allowing for the return of basic functionality.
I know all the file types I have available are antiquated.
I had tried this one, with the MP4 1920x1080 30fps, but YouTube rejected it.
I tried the F4V, and that seemed to be accepted.
MP4 H264 1920x1080p 30
Yes, that is the one that saved as some kind of .M2T file, I think. But, then YouTube said it would not accept it. I may be remembering wrong, but I'm pretty sure that is how it worked out. I know the .f4v file went through.
I still vote for the AVCHD output as MP4 H264 1080p. Which WILL create an MP4, the perfect file for uploading to YouTube.