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  1. He bud I shoot with a 5d, and I edit in final cut pro, but do not get a good hd footage on YouTube with my mobile device. If I could get YouTube to show the videos in HD/HQ by default it would help…

    Anyway your video was very helpful of the run thru the mountains, and great quality! Can you tell me the settings you used to render it out?

    So can you help me out please?

    Posted by shane gofdfrey | April 10, 2012, 3:49 pm
  2. Shane,
    Thanks for your comment. I’m glad you enjoyed the video of the run through the mountains. This video is rendered using Sorenson Squeeze using the following settings: MP4 (H.264 compression) 1280×720 29.97 fps, 4000kbps, Multi-pass render, AAC Audio 128 kbps audio.

    If I’m understanding your question correctly, you’re having problems playing back your YouTube videos on a mobile phone. Delivering video to mobile is always a challenge due to the relatively slow internet connection. YouTube typically does a good job of automatically delivering a mobile-friendly version of your video. What happens to your video when your mobile phone is connected to a strong Wi-fi connection? Does the video look better? -Jay

    Posted by Jay Kinghorn | April 10, 2012, 4:14 pm

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