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!
I keep seeing this question on here so I'm posting my favorite article on this subject written by someone at DVXuser, I feel this article and the links within should answer every question you have about posting a video on youtube, your own site and all other compression issues. Enjoy and I recommend you bookmark it like I have! ;)
Once a Week online film festival is a weekly showcase of short indie films under 15 minutes. All films showcased come directly from submissions. Every Wednesday at 10pm eastern time the highest rated film will be shown on the homepage and will remain for an entire week. Each selected film will stay on the channel forever and as the festival grows will receive more and more views. No Entry Fee. Any genre accepted, no completion date. For more information on how to submit please visit.
Are You a Video Artist? Now that digital imaging has become so ubiquitous, the art world has finally accepted that what we do IS art well, what some of us do and the Guggenheim art experts challenged us to prove it.