Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of Encode/YouTube


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Timestamp:
Oct 19, 2014, 11:07:30 AM (5 years ago)
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slhck
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fix link to H.264 guide

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  • Encode/YouTube

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    33Since !YouTube, Vimeo, and other similar sites will re-encode anything you give it[#note1 [1]] the best practice is to provide the highest quality video that is practical for you to upload. Uploading the original content is the first recommendation, but this is not always a choice due to file size or bandwidth limitations, so re-encoding may be required. This guide will show you how to create a high quality video using `ffmpeg`.
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    5 First read the [[x264EncodingGuide|FFmpeg and x264 Encoding Guide]]; specifically the section on CRF. The examples below use the same method as shown in the encoding guide but optimized for !YouTube.
     5First read the [[H.264]] guide; specifically the section on CRF. The examples below use the same method as shown in the encoding guide but optimized for !YouTube.
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    77== Basic Examples ==
     
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    7272=== Encoding is too slow. What should I do? ===
    73 Use a faster `-preset` value. See the [[x264EncodingGuide|FFmpeg and x264 Encoding Guide]] for more information.
     73Use a faster `-preset` value. See the [[H.264]] guide for more information.
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    7575=== My video colors are messed up in my computer's media player or the video sharing site I uploaded my video to. Now what? ===