how to add a movie on youtube so clear

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by geekknew12, Aug 20, 2008.

  1. geekknew12 macrumors member

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    Hi

    i got a big problem with convert video files and on youtube.

    i have all these

    imovie hd 06:apple:
    imovie 08:apple:
    jvc everio s Gz-MS100 harddrive sd
    ffmpegx (convert program)

    so i convert the file into h265 and dv and mp4

    then i edit it on imovie and saved as mp4

    then it upload on youtube and watch it no good picture
     
  2. geekknew12 thread starter macrumors member

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    files name

    my jvc camera gz-ms100 file is .mod

    what is good file to convert .mod into then what is the final convert on imovie
     
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  4. RedTomato macrumors 68040

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    Thanks for the link. I basically followed that but still get terrible quality. That link is now 1 year old now, and YouTube now recommends 640x480 and accepts files up to 1GB.

    I still get bad results in both resolutions. (Source filmed in DV, and exported in iMovie HD)

    I wonder if one reason is I filmed in widescreen and recoding for 4/3 export is messing it up?
     
  5. geekknew12 thread starter macrumors member

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    hi

    programs

    both imovies
    ffmpegx
    mpeg streamclip


    jvc gz-ms100 hard drive


    i hook up my camera to my mac i open the camera folder


    i get .mod files (they not .mp4 or wmv or avi or dv)

    i heard that i need to convert it but

    i dont know what do but i done everything nothing came clear on youtube

    but it came clear to watch it on dvd or computer and on tv no youtube




    [ i need to add my movie on youtube so all my friends and fans watch all at this one big time zone so i can get big hits]

    thank you
     
  6. 7031 macrumors 6502

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    I have no idea what file type that is, but apparently your camera has a one touch YouTube upload?

    I don't think it's possible to get any better quality with YouTube though. If you want better quality, try Viddler.
     
  7. SELFsponsored macrumors newbie

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    Export with the same settings it was shot in.
    Also try Vimeo.com.
     

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