I have an audio music clip that accompanies video which when uploaded to Youtube has sound disabled because of copyright info embedded somehow in the rendered CS5 file.
The music is the clients. They can't get me the non "copyright embedded" music in the time I need. I'd like to quickly show them the video with music on Youtube on a private/unlisted channel.
How can I render the video so the music audio will show up?
Client caused the problem. They will have to be patient as a consequence.
(IMHO. Circumventing stuff like this always has a bad look no matter what the reason!)
Thanks for your reply. They were able to upload it from an Ftp site. They had to update their media player to watch it. I usually upload preview vids to YT in case people can't open or watch what I send them for whatever reason.
Use CS Review to show clients your work for approval. They can comment on the video, and those comments show up in your timeline on that same frame. Plus, no worries about hosting the video. Adobe does that for you.