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- May 28, 2008 at 6:22 PM #40025AnonymousInactive
Ok so I wanted to know how to put stuff from a DVD onto youtube… I have a DVD drive and the stuff on the DVD isn’t illegal to post. Any info… let me know
- May 28, 2008 at 11:59 PM #172224chrisColoradoParticipant
I’d say copy the stuff from the DVD onto your harddrive and then upload to youtube. If the DVD stuff is too big, you may need to import it into a editing software and render it with some compression. If the DVD stuff is less than 500MB and you don’t want to rerender, than upload to vimeo.com rather than youtube.
- May 29, 2008 at 2:30 AM #172225AnonymousInactive
awesome its all the videos we made in our class for finals…
- May 29, 2008 at 3:54 AM #172226BrianParticipant
Two software products that do the trick:
FREE: MPEG Streamclip is a powerful free video converter, player, editor for Mac and Windows.It can play many movie files, not only MPEGs; it can convert MPEG files between muxed/demuxed formats for authoring; it can encode movies to many formats, including iPod; it can cut, trim and join movies. MPEG Streamclip can also download videos from YouTube and Google by entering the page URL.
Commercial: iSofter DVD to YouTube Converter is fast and easy to use DVD to YouTube video converter software. It helps you convert home DV or DVD to YouTube supported video MPEG-4(DivX,XviD) with excellent image and sound
- October 3, 2008 at 7:24 AM #172227
- October 3, 2008 at 7:52 AM #172228AspyriderParticipant
I think this DVD to FLV converter is still free to download.
- October 3, 2008 at 12:58 PM #172229AnonymousInactive
I’d just recommend that you convert to h.264 movie – 640×480 – High Quality.
I use AVSMEDIA.com – Converter
Send that to YouTube and then add &fmt=18 at the end of the URL to see a higher quality video on YouTube.
- October 3, 2008 at 7:38 PM #172230
- October 14, 2008 at 7:18 AM #172231KieranShalleyParticipant
If your camera isSony Brand, try using Sony Vegas. It is designed to work with its DVD Camcorders.
Who knows? Maybe it will work with other brands? =)
- May 12, 2015 at 1:44 AM #212281VIDEOParticipant
If you have a lot of DVD videos, especially some home-movies from DVD, you can choose to upload those DVD's onto YouTube, FaceBook, etc to broadcast yourself.
YouTube can't support DVD files directly. What you need to do is to convert DVD to YouTube supported video formats first. Plus, since YouTube won't accept videos that are longer than 15 minutes and we therefore need to split our DVD video clips into multiple smaller parts to fit the YouTube limit.
A tutorial for you: http://www.brorsoft.com/how-to/upload-dvd-clips-onto-youtube.html
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