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- July 16, 2008 at 11:36 PM #46741FishaOfMenParticipant
I’m about to pull all my hair out. I want a 640×480 video that I can post to YouTube, which will be available in high quality. I’ve triedencoding in iPod High Quality format, but Premiere 3.0 won’t let me change to 640×480. After typing 640 and trying to move from the field, it yields a message saying, “Invalid framesize/framerate combination for this level. Please recheck the settings and try again.” I’ve also tried in WMV9. It looked great prior to the upload but YouTube changed it from 4:3 to 3:3 and everything was elongated. I also tried in MPEG2, but after uploading to YouTube, it’s not available in HQ and it has a thin black bar at the top of the video.
Any ideas for me?
- July 17, 2008 at 4:39 PM #192458FishaOfMenParticipant
Someone on the Adobe forums helped me out. QuickTime .h264 worked.
- July 17, 2008 at 4:57 PM #192459AnonymousInactive
That’s what I did too. I finished the file as a Quicktime format at the highest resolution and then uploaded that. Woorks great. http://www.youtube.com/user/ryanlafleurCheck it out.
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