The same happens when uploading stills directly to Facebook. The workflow I think happens is that:
- The initial upload is to Adobes' own facebook account "Photoshop® & Adobe® Premiere® Elements Uploader".
- Adobe then resizes them for onward posting to your own Photo's. Consequently the Adobe tag go with them
I think this is so because there were complaints about poor resizing and a fix was made that did not require any action from users.
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You can also work around this by outputting your file to your hard drive and loading it to YouTube manually.
In fact,per the FAQs to the right of this forum, you may even find you get better results!
Are you using the trial version of PrE 8? The reason that I ask is that the trial version will add a watermark with all Export/Share options. That watermark will not be visible with the full-paid version, and this FAQ Entry will give you tips.
If you are using the full-paid version, and this is something different, than the watermark, please disregard the above.
Thanks guys - very intersting/helpful.
I understand now why Adobe do it - but not why they don't allow the option to turn it off.
I'm using the full version of PE8 so that's not the issue.
I've tried uploading from a file having saved it to disc first but I didn't notice any improvement in quality (must be my eyesight I guess) but I did notice it was less convenient.
But that may be the way to go.