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  • Sat, Oct 13 2018 8:25 PM

    • dasari
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    What is the best export setting in Avid Media Composer for uploading the video on YouTube ?

    Hi Avid Experts,

     

    I have I have a film that is 12GB in size. the video quality looks great when I play it on my system. But when I upload it on YouTube, the quality does not look good even though it is playing with 1080p HD quality. 

    I am trying to figure out if I have to select any particular setting for YouTube uploads. 

    The settings I have used are below:

    Compression Type: Avid DNxHD Codec

    Resolutions: 1080p/23.976

    Aspect ratio: Native (1920X1080)

    I do not want to compromise on the video quality and I need assitance with the best encoding possible. 

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  • Tue, Oct 16 2018 3:47 PM In reply to

    Re: What is the best export setting in Avid Media Composer for uploading the video on YouTube ?

    I always encode (with Squeeze) to MP4 when creating a file for uploading to YouTube.  YouTube seems to play nicer with MP4's than with other formats.   If you have Squeeze, there is a YouTube/Vimeo pre-set you can use.

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  • Fri, Oct 19 2018 11:02 PM In reply to

    • dasari
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    Re: What is the best export setting in Avid Media Composer for uploading the video on YouTube ?

    Hi Terry Snyder

    Thank you for the response. I do not see the squeeze option that you have mentioned. I will try and see if I can use MP4 format and I hope it does not spoil the quality of the video.

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