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Recommended settings for YouTube video?


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I use a simple Aiptek HD Digital Camcorder that shoots in 1080P video quality. But for my case, I shoot videos in DVD quality, since my computer can't run 1080P video. All I did was change the settings on my Camcorder to shoot with those preferenes. And the file type is exported as a .MOV file type.

After I export the video files to my computer, I use "Boilsoft MOV Coverter" to convert the video files to .WMV format. I do this so I can edit the video files with my video editing program named Cyberlink Power Director, which does not open .MOV file types, which is the reason why I need to convert the video files to .WMV format.

After I have finished editing my video with Cyberlink Power Director, I save the complete video to a .AVI format... but I am not sure if this is the best option in terms of quality. And then once I uploaded the video to YouTube, the video was very blurry.

Is there any specific settings I could use for YouTube to get crystal clear videos? I will download any programs necessary.
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any help please?
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Have you tried converting and then uploading some of your videos into other formats? Like MPG, .FLV, WMV? Unless youtube only accepts certain file types that is.
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