I don't have two accounts so I can't test this completely.
1. Go to your Vimeo Account and find Settings. Find the Premiere Elements listing and disconnect.
2. Log out of that account.
3. Log into the second account
4. In Premiere Elements, try to share the video to Vimeo. Then press the Authorize button.
I think there is a better procedure. The built in Vimeo routine has to first render and then upload.
My preference is to render a "highest" quality video as an MP4. (I shoot and edit in 4K.) I can them use that single video to upload to Vimeo, upload to YouTube and copy the same one to a USB stick for my computer. In other words, render once and copy/upload as needed. It saves time!
Even if you output/render the video and then upload using the Vimeo uploader, the processing time is the same.
Thanks for that information about processing time. Even though I can access the correct account, the upload goes to 99% before stopping just as in the previous version of APE. I use Quick Export and upload using the Vimeo uploader. Two 60+ minute videos per week.
It's jmus that I have to baby sit it a little.
Even though I can access the correct account, the upload goes to 99% before stopping just as in the previous version of APE.
That is not uncommon. There is something that goes on in the "handshake" between the Premiere Elements and Vimeo that I can never figure out. It always works when I do it in two steps. It also makes it possible to upload 4K files.
I would enjoy seeing your videos? Would you post a link?
Wow! That is SERIOUS work for an NLE intended for small, personal work. I'm impressed you can get it to do such a heavy workload.