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Perfect render settings for YouTube with Premiere Elements

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Jul 15, 2020

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Dear community,

 

I am looking for the perfect render settings for YouTube with Premiere Elements.

The raw videos I cutted are in 1920x1080 with 30fps (more information in screenshot).

 

The raw videos are greenscreen videos, where i use videomerge. I want to render it perfect optimized for a 1080p YouTube Video. At the moment the videos look blurred after redering and manually upload to YouTube.

 

What exact settings are perfect for first export the video and then manually upload to YouTube for a sharp result?

 

Thank you very much for your help. 🙂

 

(Answer in german okey too)

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Perfect render settings for YouTube with Premiere Elements

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Dear community,

 

I am looking for the perfect render settings for YouTube with Premiere Elements.

The raw videos I cutted are in 1920x1080 with 30fps (more information in screenshot).

 

The raw videos are greenscreen videos, where i use videomerge. I want to render it perfect optimized for a 1080p YouTube Video. At the moment the videos look blurred after redering and manually upload to YouTube.

 

What exact settings are perfect for first export the video and then manually upload to YouTube for a sharp result?

 

Thank you very much for your help. 🙂

 

(Answer in german okey too)

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Export & Share/Devices/Computer/1920x1080 MP4.

 

YouTube re-encodes what you put up there, so your videos may not look as clear as you'd like once they're on  YouTube (especially if you have a slower internet connection).  But look at your output MP4 before you upload it. It should look virtually as good as your original footage.

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Hey Steve,

 

thank you for your answer.

 

"Export & Share/Devices/Computer/1920x1080 MP4." - this i did before, but it was bad quality and not sharp.

 

My settins at the moment are:

current settings 1.JPG  current settings 2.JPG

 

What are the settings for bitrate, fps... What exact settings i need to use?

 

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Are you trying to create a custom output template?

That's not necessary. You should get great results using the Export & Share/Devices/Computer/1920x1080. If you aren't then something else is wrong somewhere.

 

If you look under the program's Edit menu, what is listed on the General page under Project Settings?

 

Also what program are you playing the finished video back on? I recommend the excellent and free VLC Media Player.

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Yes I created a custom output template as you seen in last post. I count find the Project Settings. You have a screenshot of it,where to find?

 

The finished/rendered video looks a loot better than on YouTube in 1080p.

 

And thank you for your help. 🙂

 

 

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