End screen .mogrt template

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Feb 06, 2021

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Hello, all. I want to add an end screen to my video to upload to youtube. The end screen is a .mogrt template. Is it better to add the edited template to the video, upload it to youtube, then use the Youtube Creator Studio to add the subscribe, best for viewer, most recent upload, etc or add it while in Premiere Pro?

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Feb 06, 2021

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I may not be the best person to respond here because I don't do this too often, but at least from what I understand... if you add the buttons inside of Premiere then they are baked in the video. Nobody could interact with them. If that's something you can add on the YouTube side, then the buttons may actually be able to do something.

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Feb 07, 2021

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Thanks for the reply, Phillip. That's kindof what I was thinking. I guess the next question is how to use a end screen template(.mogrt), render it in Premiere Pro and use it in Youtube's video editor(Youtube Studio). Hopefully someone here has an answer.

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This stuff changes all the time so I might not be too current on it, but what I've done for clients in the past - and it was often intentionally shotlisted to include something like this - is have the last shot held for like 10 seconds or something like that so that you can put all the youtube buttons all over it. So basically you burn the background into the video that gets uploaded, but just the buttons are added on the YouTube side. None of the background visuals.

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