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Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime etc

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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby joedesperado » Sun Feb 12, 2012 8:53 am

setting your video to "private" won't help in this case ;)
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby Aartwood » Sun Feb 12, 2012 9:42 am

joedesperado wrote:setting your video to "private" won't help in this case ;)


should be public now :)
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby joedesperado » Sun Feb 12, 2012 9:48 am

much better :D

hmm, interesting problem. are those 60p-videos? have you ever tried to run your videos through MPEG Streamclip (freeware) after exporting them with imovie? no idea what exactly could be your problem, but at least MPEG Streamclip would give you plenty of possible solutions - different framerate settings, file formats, resolutions, bitrates...
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby Aartwood » Sun Feb 12, 2012 10:33 am

joedesperado wrote:much better :D

hmm, interesting problem. are those 60p-videos? have you ever tried to run your videos through MPEG Streamclip (freeware) after exporting them with imovie? no idea what exactly could be your problem, but at least MPEG Streamclip would give you plenty of possible solutions - different framerate settings, file formats, resolutions, bitrates...



just done exactly that, converted it to 25 fps, mpeg 4 format, and comes out like this?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CDhHHXsJ1I
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby Aartwood » Sun Feb 12, 2012 10:34 am

Aartwood wrote:
joedesperado wrote:much better :D

hmm, interesting problem. are those 60p-videos? have you ever tried to run your videos through MPEG Streamclip (freeware) after exporting them with imovie? no idea what exactly could be your problem, but at least MPEG Streamclip would give you plenty of possible solutions - different framerate settings, file formats, resolutions, bitrates...



just done exactly that, converted it to 25 fps, mpeg 4 format, and comes out like this?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CDhHHXsJ1I


however looks fine on my mac, just looks like that on youtube?
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby jamessweet79 » Sun Feb 12, 2012 9:35 pm

I've seen this before, its a problem with your video card in computer not with quicktime, is it mac?
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby Aartwood » Mon Feb 13, 2012 1:11 am

jamessweet79 wrote:I've seen this before, its a problem with your video card in computer not with quicktime, is it mac?

It's a 2009 imac, Intel, I don't understand how it looks fine on the MAC though? It seems that when I upload it it scrambles it on the way,as I can watch the video fine on my end
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby joedesperado » Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:01 am

and that's the reason why it can't be a problem with your videocard.
do you have the latest version of imovie?
have you ever tried to export the video directly to youtube via the built-in option in imovie?
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby Aartwood » Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:14 am

joedesperado wrote:and that's the reason why it can't be a problem with your videocard.
do you have the latest version of imovie?
have you ever tried to export the video directly to youtube via the built-in option in imovie?

It used to be 09,but I decided to upgrade of 11, however,I also tried editing on final cut express with the same problems. What do you guys do EXACTLY from the moment you plug the camera in to where you export it. The footage I have was with a gopro hd hero 2,720p at 30 frames per second.
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Re: Stickie - Youtube export settings for Imovie, Quicktime

Postby joedesperado » Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:24 am

hm, I'm only using final cut pro X since its release last year, works like a charm.
maybe try to set the keyframes to "automatic" and disable frame reordering. which codec are you using? H264?
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