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First time YouTuber [ANSWER]

Posted: Sat, 5th Apr 2008, 6:20am

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rocketman

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I'm finally going to have a go at YouTube and had some questions about preparing video clips for use in VideoWrap. My NLE is Premiere Pro 1.5.

Should I export a full size (720x480, NTSC) .avi file from Premiere Pro, or should I specify a smaller size? In other words,does VideoWrap automatically resize the full size .avi dimensions for YouTube or should I resize in Premiere?

What are the best compression settings to use when exporting from Premiere for creating a YouTube clip using VideoWrap?

I already have several different export options in Premiere Pro, including Quick Time. That said, will VideoWrap do a better job preparing videos for YouTube than Premiere Pro 1.5?

I love the demo version of VideoWrap, which was super easy to use. Just want to make sure Premiere might not be able to do the same thing.

Hope this makes sense, YouTube is all new to me!

Thanks!
Posted: Sat, 5th Apr 2008, 9:29am

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Movie_Manic

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Videowrap will automatically resize the video, and render it in the format preferred by youtube. You can do the same thing with Premiere, but is a lot easier to just render the one file from Premiere and let Videowrap do the rest of the work.
Posted: Sat, 5th Apr 2008, 3:22pm

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rocketman

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Thanks very much for the info!
Posted: Wed, 16th Apr 2008, 9:24am

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KnightWalker11

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i was gonna ask the same thing but its already answered
videowrap will be on my shopping list