Videos uploaded through app have size limitation. As a workaround, you can export them to PC first and then upload the video through browser. Problem with MPEG export that you are facing is that of Royalty Activation. Those components required certain royalty to be paid by Adobe and hence those required activation. It seems you had never used MPEG in your workflows otherwise it should have been activated. Those pages are now not maintained and unfortunately can't be activated. As a workaround, you can try other forms of export such as Windows Media, AVI or even QuickTime and upload that exported video through browser.
In PRE15, the size limit for upload has drastically improved, but there still is a limit. At the same time PRE15 has lot of other formats supported that you can use for export.
You would certainly find a number of advantages to upgrading to version 15, gary.
Among them is that version 15 can output MP4s, the ideal format for uploading to social media and YouTube. That's a file format that barely existed back when version 4 was introduced!
So, in addition to the option to upload directly to sites like YouTube, version 15 gives you many more options for producing and sharing your video in a number of modern formats.
We would not be able to upload longer duration video projects (more than 10 minutes) to YouTube directly from Premiere Elements.
Please use the below link to get the code for mpeg encoder:
Hope it helps.
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MPEGs are interlaced and make for terrible YouTube uploads, ajays.
MP4s are ideal -- but, with version 4, your only progressive scan options would likely be WMVs.