Also, use a format like quicktime .h264 -charles

On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 7:06 AM, Charles Chadwick <
> wrote:

> I would generally think that even with long stuff, you'd want to keep the
> quality up, but at the same time keep the file size as small as you
> can...the file's bitrate being the main factor. For something really really
> long, using a bitrate close to the minimum would be useful. But it depends
> on the length of what you're uploading, and what resolution. Youtube's
> encoding guidelines are a big help, if you're working with compressor or
> some other program. Just google that and it'll be a start. So, higher res,
> longer duration, and higher bitrate mean a bigger file (audio bitrate is
> negligible). And the opposite of course. -charles
> On Tue, Mar 18, 2014 at 6:56 AM, Michele Smith <>wrote:
>> Hi, I am having a lot of trouble uploading my films online.
>> Theoretically, everything is checked and right with youtube, but after 9
>> hours, each time it says cannot upload. I've tried different methods. Is
>> there some trick to this? Thanks in advance if anyone has any ideas.
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