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Hello all,

First off, I'm a total "Noob" at working with Premier Pro.  (I've previously used Microsoft Windows Movie Maker to generate my YouTube videos).  I've completed the edit of my first project successfully; just rendered it, but how do I (1) find the folder that my full-resolution render is stored in; (2) save a full-resolution copy to either my local hard drive or an external drive & (3) properly upload the rendered file to YouTube?  I know to log into YouTube from the export panel, & encoding is set to H.264.  The completed video length is abiut 35 minutes; what should I expect for typical upload time via a cable modem (Comcast)?   Any advice would be appreciated.  

 

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Hello all,

First off, I'm a total "Noob" at working with Premier Pro.  (I've previously used Microsoft Windows Movie Maker to generate my YouTube videos).  I've completed the edit of my first project successfully; just rendered it, but how do I (1) find the folder that my full-resolution render is stored in; (2) save a full-resolution copy to either my local hard drive or an external drive & (3) properly upload the rendered file to YouTube?  I know to log into YouTube from the export panel, & encoding is set to H.264.  The completed video length is abiut 35 minutes; what should I expect for typical upload time via a cable modem (Comcast)?   Any advice would be appreciated.  

 

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1. Look in the the export settings under Output Name. Hover over it.

2. Same way as 1. You point the export to the drive/folder of your choice.

3. Sign in and fill in the blancs.

4. Depends on your upload speed.

 

Might want to hit the Learn button on opening Premiere.

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Thanks for your help, Ann!  🙂  I also reviewed some of the tutorials as well.  When I reviewed the first export attempt, discovered I had inadvertly duplicated a couple of clips; took a bit of head-scratching to figure out how to delete them (found I first had to clear the audio track from the duplicated segment, then "Ripple Delete" the video portion.  Fortunately, my camcorder, a Sony HDR-AX2000, automatically applied a date-&-time stamp code name to each clip, which made it easier to sort out the duplicates).  I re-rendered the video & successfully saved it to a folder I set up for edited 1080P videos (I'm planning to get a 4K camcorder in the near future).  Somehow, when I did the second render, it did not also automatically upload to YouTube (still head-scratching a bit on that, & I was logged into my YouTube account), but I was able to successfully upload the clip through YouTube's normal upload link (took about an hour & 15 minutes).  Since this was my first attempt at editing in Premier Pro, I did not try to get fancy with any effects (I would like to do dissolves as transititions between clips; since this video was the first in what will be a series, will try that on the second, which I may start editing later today).  Here's the link to the finished video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/GOZE0TtWzlI .  Thanks again for your help!  😉

 

Tom

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