I have started down the track of Media Encoder to try and resolve the slow loading of my H.264 video in YouTube
All articles I have read lean toward moving the moov atom to the front of the video file, as the video creation software I have used does not provide for this I have tried to use AME
However the only result I get from AME is that the file once prepared for YouTube is larger and when uploaded takes even longer to load.
Any ideas greatly appreciated as a newbie my knowledge of any of these processes is limiting my ability to resolve the problem
Thank you in advance
Brian, are you using one of the YouTube presets (YouTube 1080p, YouTube 720p, etc.) in AME? Those should all be optimized for transcoding your file in order to upload to YouTube.
when uploaded takes even longer to load.
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hello kulpreet & bucksommerkamp
I am not sure that my question hasn't been misinterpreted.
The up loading of the video is not in question it is when the video is being viewed in You Tube that the content takes some time to load in a browser, ie: spinning arrow takes 10-15 seconds before video plays.
I have tried using AME and preset YouTube1080p and the video file became larger and slowed the play back down by a number of seconds.
Your comments welcomed
That sounds more like a network connection to me. YouTube usually starts playing relatively quickly once you click the play button (on a good network). If your network is slow, it may have to buffer quite awhile before it's able to start playing at a higher resolution. You might try some network speed tests to get an idea of how your bandwidth is, or view the video from a different computer/mobile device on a different work to see if it responds differently. YouTube will "drop down" to a lower resolution version once it has completely processed the 1080p version, if it detects that you're on a slow network. Or at least it *should.*