Saturday, March 24, 2007

Uploading your Movies to YouTube for Maximum Quality

Philip Hodgetts of Intelligent Assistance offers a useful tutorial at LAFCPUG on how to get the best quality on your video upload to YouTube.

YouTube is well known for being the busiest video sharing site, but unfortunately YouTube uses the much older Sorenson Sparke codec for their video encoding. This was the "improved" video format for Flash 7 but is based on the very old H.263 video conferencing codec. Even when new this was an old, inefficient codec.


The goal is to give YouTube a master that they can use for encoding.


Results will most likely vary on the other services. It's best to test first.

LAFCPUP is a friendly place for newbies and experts alike. Go inside and visit their Cafe' LA and other forums and get cozy.

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