I'm working on a project about a trip to Philippines. I shoot it with a Sony NXCAM NX5U camera.
I filmed in 1920*1080 23.976p and it's my setting in my NLE, Sony Vegas Pro.
So, I did a trailer because I want to advertise my film on youtube.
I would like to know which "export settings" is the best when we want to upload a video on youtube. I mean, when I go in the menu " Render as" in vegas, which options becomes the best way to keep the overall quality of the entire project without degrading too much the pictures.
Here is the latest stereoscopic 3D video I put up on YouTube. It's a montage of some still I took @ the Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden in Springfield Missouri USA. The camera was a Sony 3D Bloggie and the video was edited with Magix Movie Edit Pro 17 Plus HD. Questions & comments are welcome (you will probably get a faster response if you ask on YouTube) Have fun watching ;)
As a person who enjoys filming outdoors, especially during severe weather events, and having seen lots of videos on YouTube about severe storms including derechos, downbursts, and even a few tornadoes,I have developed and invented a way that everyone should use to keep all that rain out of their camera while filming, so you don't have to retreat so far back when the rain starts pouring down.
I did iMovie '09 and had no trouble uploading to YouTube.I upgraded to iMovie '11 and get a message "YouTube has found an error" and it will not upload. Is the problem with my iLife '11. Do I need to reload it or go back to ILife '09? Or is something else the problem. My tapes are backing up and I need to get them posted!