Saturday, March 17, 2007

Best Quality in Uploading Movies for YouTube


Courtesy of the LA Final Cut Pro User's Group website, here is a link where you will be clearly shown how to output your videos for the best possible quality on YouTube. We've all seen really bad compressions that get posted, well, here is the right way to do it.

Be sure to watch the example they gave after using the process. It looked GREAT for YouTube. If you ever post stuff to that (or any other video-hosting site), then check this out.

5 comments:

bonjourtristesse said...

thanks for the deets! also, thanks for the great kudos to Stewart Copeland. He is to drumming what Einstein is to physics! take care!

Karen said...

I'm glad for the info. A while back, I tried posting on youtube the most adorable video clip of my (then) 3 year old singing and playing the bongos--but it ending up playing back like an overdubbed Kung Fu movie. The sound was about 3 seconds off. Maybe this will solve all my problems??? We shall see.

Mark said...

Bonjour- love the profile pic. Yeah, Copeland is the man, but Einstein? Yeah, okay. :)

Karen- sounds like more than compression problems to me, but maybe try it and see.

Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Hi, just to add an article I read about the subject:

How To Make YouTube Videos Look Great

http://www.squidoo.com/youtuberight/

Mark said...

Thanks anonymous!