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Does Anyone Know How To Load Videos On To Youtube?

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#1 monkpart9


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Posted 25 June 2007 - 11:38 PM

OK, so me and my buddy just made some awesome videos with his camera he got recently and we want to share our material with people on youtube.com. The only problem is, i dont know how. Maybe theres some adapter that connects from the camera to the computer or somehting, can someone help me out?

Btw the video camera is a: Sony H-I 8 or something along those lines.
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#2 Sp0nge


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Posted 26 June 2007 - 03:30 AM

Uploading to Youtube

No cables needed, just an internet connection - which quite obviously, you already have :flowers:
NOTE: For uploading only :thumbsup:

Assuming your videos are rendered to .avi, or .wmv, or some format similar to those, you should register an account on youtube, - you can do this by clicking Sign Up at the top of the screen, it's in blue writing near the country, help and login links. Then just click the button that says 'Upload', it's directly under the country selection in the same bar as where you register. There are limits on your video size and format, so make sure they meet the requirements.

Capturing onto your HD

NOTE: You will need a cable for this part.

If you haven't actually taken it off the camera yet and you want to know how, just open up Windows Movie Maker from the Start Menu >> All programs, you know the deal. It's got a film strip for an icon so you won't miss it. Once it's open, there should be a menu with capture video, edit movie, finish movie, choose 'Capture from a video device' under the capture video menu. Follow it's instructions and you should be set. Add some music, whatever, stick it on youtube.


Edited by sp0nge, 26 June 2007 - 03:36 AM.

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