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March 10, 2012 at 6:46 AM #48382AnonymousInactive
We are having problems uploading to youtube and vimeo. My partner uses FCP. It only seems to happen on longer videos(12-15 min.) Some of the shorter things we do have no issue….It plays fine then loud pink noise and vid locks up…sometimes there is a green line on the right side…sometimes the video just freaks out…checked with a more experienced fcp user, he says we are exporting it right ….Can somebody with experience help please! here is a link to see…One it freaks a few mins in and the other link is the green line crap
March 10, 2012 at 12:34 PM #198800GregoryParticipant
On Youtube look under your video manager, if you have any video’s that youtube says are in violation of their copyright TOS they will limit you to 15 minutes, so suppose that you were able to upload long videos for some time, then all of a sudden you can’t. That means youtube has flagged at least oneof your recent uploads.
1) Submit a claim of proof, be prepared to fight, but make sure it is your work.
2) Removed the flagged video all together.
March 10, 2012 at 4:42 PM #198801AnonymousInactive
Thanks for your help…we are checking into it. Would this cause the video and audio problems?
March 10, 2012 at 5:49 PM #198802doublehammParticipant
I see nothing wrong with playing the video on my end. It may be your graphics card playing tricks on you while you play it back. I know my nVidia cards did the same thing from time to time during playback until I updated to the latest driver that is a couple weeks old. It would turn all pink and green and go funky and the video driver would crash – a LOT.
March 12, 2012 at 3:15 PM #198803AnonymousInactive
No….Now it’s doing it on our Newscast which is strictly our own material….and other people have seen it on other computers…that’s wierd that you can watch it ok.
Here’s a link to the newscast…it does it about 3:55
March 12, 2012 at 5:47 PM #198804GregoryParticipant
Got an idea, try these steps and let us know.
1) Does it play fine on your computer BEFORE you upload?
2) Does it play fine on Youtube (NO)
3) Now from video manager in your youtube account redownload the video in the highest quality format that is listed next to that video. Once downloaded replay on your computer, Does it do it now?
I did download it just now from your channel and it did do it being played on my computer in VLC. The issue? Youtube re-encodes and compresses the videos for playback on their servers. Google is always changing their undies so to speak because they are always trying to make things tighter…well anyway I would suggest that the audio/and/or/video codec that you use Youtube now has issues with when encoding. Is it possible for you to export/save it using another method other than the one you mentioned in your first post? If so try that and then reupload and try it again, see if Google no longer likes your codec’s.
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