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Problem with Glitches / Low Res when uploading to Youtube -Video has noise / scatter effects applied

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Jul 13, 2020

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I'm working on a music video and I have an adjustment layer on top of everything with Noise HTS (5% on Hue, everything else is 0) + Scatter amount at 2.0, Randomizing on Every Frame. I wanted these to create a certain aesthetic for the video. The video was exported with H.264 1920 x 1080. 

 

However, once uploaded to Youtube I noticed random parts glitching, dropping to an extremely low resolution / coming out boxy and blurry, and the scattering of the noise freezes. These problems (sans one glitch at the end) don't appear in the render /preview, only when uploaded to Youtube. 

 

What can I do?

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Problem with Glitches / Low Res when uploading to Youtube -Video has noise / scatter effects applied

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I'm working on a music video and I have an adjustment layer on top of everything with Noise HTS (5% on Hue, everything else is 0) + Scatter amount at 2.0, Randomizing on Every Frame. I wanted these to create a certain aesthetic for the video. The video was exported with H.264 1920 x 1080. 

 

However, once uploaded to Youtube I noticed random parts glitching, dropping to an extremely low resolution / coming out boxy and blurry, and the scattering of the noise freezes. These problems (sans one glitch at the end) don't appear in the render /preview, only when uploaded to Youtube. 

 

What can I do?

Youtube Quality:

Youtube qualityYoutube quality

vs my render:

My RenderMy Render

Thanks!

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Well, you simply have taken a bad design approach. It's not even the noise, it's things like the skinny lines of your fonts. There are simply limitations to dealing with compressed footage and YouTube re-compressing your footage on their servers and generating multiple versions of it sure doesn't help. Again, you need to change the design and use a different font, move the text around and animate them, perhaps a moving background and so on. It's all about disguising these artifacts as best as one can. Technically they''ll always be there. You can only work on making them less noticeable.

 

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It actually had everything to do with the noise, problem solved once I took it off. Type looks great. But thanks for this completely useless critique! 

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