Everything posted by ohgeegeo
I was encoding to MP4. What you're saying about the resolution makes total sense - because the video was set at 1080p and showed up smaller than my intro and outro videos. What DOESN'T make sense is why a 1080p video downloaded from youtube as a 720p video... I wonder if I downloaded it before it was through processing from my live stream... The full HD is never available as soon as other resolutions to watch. Thanks for taking the time to help. I'm hoping I can being to use VideoPad for my production and this will help.
Sorry - if you mean the encoding settings, I've included those above. If it's something else could you please tell me where to find them? New to this application and thought I had reviewed all the settings but didn't see that. I just chose 'save video for youtube' and did custom, 1080p, 60fps, highest quality.
Hoping I can get some help. I absolutely love the interface and functionality of VideoPad - I'm a youtube hobbyist and it has everything I need and is really easy to use. Having said that, I produced my first video tonight and there was a significant drop in quality from the source to the produced video. The video looks great on YouTube: It seems to lose some quality on the download - I don't know why... Here is my source video: https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=BD6541F276E6E05!73518&authkey=!AAj-_oH-S-dSN5E&ithint=video%2cmp4 And here is the video I produced with VideoPad: https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=BD6541F276E6E05!73519&authkey=!AIAcfgkgxIZyuOE&ithint=video%2cmp4 The source video is 1080p, 60fps and as you can see looks pretty good on youtube. There is some loss of quality on the download (not sure why) then when I encode it gets worse. I have set the quality to the highest and chosen 1080p 60fps in the encode settings. Would love some help to learn what I'm doing wrong!!! Thanks in advance for your help. -G