2007 August 31st, 00:41
2007 August 31st, 13:05
Cute dog! How did you get such good images onto youtube? Haven't uploaded yet but many people seem to have difficulty getting decent quality when they upload to youtube. I have some footage of my cat being eaten by an alligator that I'll post on here soon. Later.
P.S. just kidding about the alligator
my cat would probably make friends
with it knowing him.....he's very curious
about everything so he'll make a good
subject for the HV20
2007 August 31st, 13:43
Great quality for you tube. Cute dog..
2007 August 31st, 14:12
I haven't uploaded to YouTube for a long time but just looking at yours and a few other HD uploads on YouTube shows me that they must not be crunching the videos like they use to. These are obviously not crunched down to 320 like they use to do. I'll have to try again sometime.
2007 August 31st, 16:10
africamarty used the TVC bypass trick. You can spot it by the incorrect length in the player window.
2007 August 31st, 17:02
Ok I give up...what's the tvc bypass trick?
2007 August 31st, 17:15
Check out the thread "YouTube Workflow" in the PC section or this video:
It only makes sense with very short movies, though, because there is an absolute size limit for the TVC-encoded FLV file.
2007 August 31st, 21:40
Thanks for the info...only problem is I have a Mac and it's for PC. Guess I'm SOL.
2007 September 1st, 02:48
sure did, it really shows a diff in quality. any1 got some footage of their animals ?
Originally Posted by SenorKaffee