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Exactly what steps did you use for Exporting to YouTube? Did you Export a file, and then upload it, or did you use the direct upload?
In the Export settings, there are two things to look at: first is the Export Audio and Export Video. Next is on the Multiplexing Tab, and Multiplexing needs to be set to anything but None - usually DVD.
Thank you for your prompt response. I have tried both methods (exporting directly to YouTube and exporting directly to my desktop...which, I didn't try to upload to YouTube from there because the desktop file didn't have audio either).
I checked the exporting settings and the Multiplexing is set to "DVD". I'm not sure what to look for under the other tabs. (Audio and Video) There are a lot of options.
>Multiplexing is set to "DVD".
Check the help file or user guide... I think that setting creates 2 files, video and audio, instead of one file with everything
Thanks John! I tried switching it from "DVD" to "None" and it's still only downloading the video. It does download a "Movie File" and a "XMPSES" file.
This may be a bit off the path, but was your audio by chance a copyrighted song? YouTube will disable the audio track from your movie if it includes any audio from a copyrighted recording.
Thanks for your reply. I actually used a royalty-free audio clip, so there shouldn't be any problems. Also, it doesn't even work to export the file to my desktop.