VideoStudio: Rendering for You Tube.

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VideoStudio: Rendering for You Tube.

Post by sjj1805 » Sat Mar 17, 2007 2:02 am

A few times I have seen members ask how to render their videos to be used on You Tube. hope the following may assist by showing one method that can be used (You can of course use other methods.)
htchien wrote:The suggested video format for YouTuBe should be MPEG-4, not MPEG3.

To render your video to MPEG-4, first you need to download the DivX codec pack from http://www.divx.com , then in VS go to the Share tab, select Create Video File to create an 320x240 AVI file with the DivX codec and MP3 audio.

H.T.
I have created a template for creating my videos to be used on You Tube.
The following screen shots should show how to set up the template and the settings I have used. My settings are PAL, you will have to make minor alterations if you use NTSC.

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For further information about setting up the DivX Codec with VideoStudio please view:
Using DivX Proâ„¢ with Ulead VideoStudio

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