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Premiere Rush Guided Workflow — Exporting: Share your video on your YouTube channel

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Share your video on your YouTube channel

You can sign in to YouTube from Premiere Rush and directly share your video on your YouTube channel.

 

Sign in to YouTubeSign in to YouTube

  1. Click Share in the toolbar and then choose YouTube.
  2. Sign in to YouTube (if you are not already signed in).
  3. Under Settings, set the following options:
    1. Title: Add a title to your video.
    2. Description: Help viewers understand more about the video by adding a description. This description displays at the bottom of the video after it is published live on YouTube.
    3. Tags: Add tags to your video. Tags allow other YouTube users to see your video by linking common words associated with your video. Other videos with similar tags are often grouped in the sidebar on YouTube.
    4. Privacy when shared: Select one of the options available: PublicUnlisted, or Private. Public videos can be searched for and viewed by anyone. Unlisted videos are only accessible to people who know the video link. Private videos are unlisted and only viewers whom you designate can view them. These users must have a Google account to access the video.
    5. Category: Select a video category from the drop-down list. 
    6. Playlist: Choose a playlist from the drop-down list.
    7. Schedule: Select this check box if you want to schedule when your video gets published to your YouTube channel. Then select the publish time from the date and time picker.
    8. Keep a copy of this file: Select this option if you want to keep a copy of the video saved on your computer. After selecting this option, navigate to the folder where you want to save the file. You can then choose to set the following advanced settings or retain the default settings, which are generally the best settings.

 

Preset: The default preset on all platforms is Automatic where Resolution and Frame Rate are set to AutomaticAudio Channels is set to Stereo, and Quality is set to High. However, you can select any preset from the drop-down list based on the nature of your video and your publish destination. 

 

The following elements define a preset. When you change any of these elements, the preset automatically becomes a custom preset. After you create a custom preset, you can save the preset. 

 

Preset component What it means
Resolution Various resolution options are available depending on the type of video and publish destination.
Frame Rate Various frame rate options ranging from 23.976 fps to 60 fps are available.
Audio Channels You can choose between mono, stereo, or no audio options.
Quality Set the quality of the video. While setting the quality, keep in mind that high-quality videos take up more hard drive space and can take longer to load if viewed over the Internet.

 

To save a custom preset, click the Save Preset icon next to the Preset pop-up menu. Name your preset and click OK. Your custom preset is now available for you to use from the Preset pop-up menu. 

 

Set your video thumbnail.

Set Current Frame:

Choose a frame from your video as your video thumbnail. This video thumbnail is what viewers see when they are browsing YouTube. Make sure that the frame you select is one that catches a viewer's attention.

Upload:

You can also upload your own custom thumbnail. Click Upload and browse to select a preferred image that you want to use as your video thumbnail.

 

Add a thumbnailAdd a thumbnail

  1. Under PreviewPreview your video before you render and export your video to YouTube.
  2. Click ExportPremiere Rush renders your video, using the export settings you have chosen. You have a chance to preview your video before publishing it to your social media channels.
  3. After Premiere Rush completes rendering successfully, your video is ready to be published on YouTube. Click Publish. Premiere Rush publishes the video directly to YouTube and notifies you when publishing is completed. 

 

Published videoPublished video

 

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Premiere Rush Guided Workflow — Exporting: Share your video on your YouTube channel

Adobe Employee ,
Feb 10, 2020

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Share your video on your YouTube channel

You can sign in to YouTube from Premiere Rush and directly share your video on your YouTube channel.

 

Sign in to YouTubeSign in to YouTube

  1. Click Share in the toolbar and then choose YouTube.
  2. Sign in to YouTube (if you are not already signed in).
  3. Under Settings, set the following options:
    1. Title: Add a title to your video.
    2. Description: Help viewers understand more about the video by adding a description. This description displays at the bottom of the video after it is published live on YouTube.
    3. Tags: Add tags to your video. Tags allow other YouTube users to see your video by linking common words associated with your video. Other videos with similar tags are often grouped in the sidebar on YouTube.
    4. Privacy when shared: Select one of the options available: PublicUnlisted, or Private. Public videos can be searched for and viewed by anyone. Unlisted videos are only accessible to people who know the video link. Private videos are unlisted and only viewers whom you designate can view them. These users must have a Google account to access the video.
    5. Category: Select a video category from the drop-down list. 
    6. Playlist: Choose a playlist from the drop-down list.
    7. Schedule: Select this check box if you want to schedule when your video gets published to your YouTube channel. Then select the publish time from the date and time picker.
    8. Keep a copy of this file: Select this option if you want to keep a copy of the video saved on your computer. After selecting this option, navigate to the folder where you want to save the file. You can then choose to set the following advanced settings or retain the default settings, which are generally the best settings.

 

Preset: The default preset on all platforms is Automatic where Resolution and Frame Rate are set to AutomaticAudio Channels is set to Stereo, and Quality is set to High. However, you can select any preset from the drop-down list based on the nature of your video and your publish destination. 

 

The following elements define a preset. When you change any of these elements, the preset automatically becomes a custom preset. After you create a custom preset, you can save the preset. 

 

Preset component What it means
Resolution Various resolution options are available depending on the type of video and publish destination.
Frame Rate Various frame rate options ranging from 23.976 fps to 60 fps are available.
Audio Channels You can choose between mono, stereo, or no audio options.
Quality Set the quality of the video. While setting the quality, keep in mind that high-quality videos take up more hard drive space and can take longer to load if viewed over the Internet.

 

To save a custom preset, click the Save Preset icon next to the Preset pop-up menu. Name your preset and click OK. Your custom preset is now available for you to use from the Preset pop-up menu. 

 

Set your video thumbnail.

Set Current Frame:

Choose a frame from your video as your video thumbnail. This video thumbnail is what viewers see when they are browsing YouTube. Make sure that the frame you select is one that catches a viewer's attention.

Upload:

You can also upload your own custom thumbnail. Click Upload and browse to select a preferred image that you want to use as your video thumbnail.

 

Add a thumbnailAdd a thumbnail

  1. Under PreviewPreview your video before you render and export your video to YouTube.
  2. Click ExportPremiere Rush renders your video, using the export settings you have chosen. You have a chance to preview your video before publishing it to your social media channels.
  3. After Premiere Rush completes rendering successfully, your video is ready to be published on YouTube. Click Publish. Premiere Rush publishes the video directly to YouTube and notifies you when publishing is completed. 

 

Published videoPublished video

 

More from the User Guide:


< Effects and Color Grading — Export >

 

Home: Editing Overview

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