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Steve Grisetti writes some powerful Premiere Elements FAQs that are posted in this Forum. Have you had a chance to check them out?
Especially the one that deals with YouTube video
I personally prefer the Share/Personal Computer/Quicktime route as described by a user as an add on to that FAQ. Then upload the video, using the upload function at the YouTube site.
Thanks for the reply. I will try it out. (My 1 GB avi file is still only15% uploaded after an hour, I will abort it and use Steve's method. - Laci.
It took a while to figure this out but the advice you have so far is not
good. When you are ready to share the video , go to PC. Then go to MPEG
You will see an abundant list of output formats for YOUTUBE. If you want
high definition, make sure the mpeg2 various formats is not a TS file. (make
some copies which will be saved on your documents and watch the video then
check the properties) The easiest is a multimedia mpeg 2 with 1280 by 720 or
multimedia mpeg 2 with 720 by 480 ,, which after you save to your
documents,,,,,,,,,,,,,,LOAD to youtube.
This program, sadly, is lacking an easier and more diverse conversion
process. It should have mp4 at larger frame sizes and more mpeg 2 options
making a TS file which youtube does not accept.
P.S. As many others have stated, there is no way I can stop E MAIL from
coming to me on the adobe side.
It certainly is possible to stop the e-mails, Howard, by changing the settings in your profile.
It is also possible to create MP4s at a variety of sizes.
But glad to hear you found a solution!
I have indeed found another way which I will try soon, Steve. Save the file
to Apple I pod,,,,advance the settings for mp4 .264 , and use either 640 by
or 720 by 480 (560) might be cool, as another guy mentioned and I might try
that. For HIGH DEF, you must use a form of the mpeg 2 it appears.
Thanks for all the advice! (I do not have an iPod - that solution I can't try out...) I used the first suggestion so far (from A.T. Romano referring to Steve's comment) but not very happy with the result ; you can see it at http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6J_SFKG_IdY ~4 minutes, boring, (made only for the participants but still trying to figure out the YouTube settings). Naturally, on dvd it looks some 1,000 times better. I will try the second one (that created a MOV file. Also, I will try (again!) to stop the email torrent... - Laci.