Camera gives me Videos too big to unload on Youtube
I recorded a couple videos and both of them of 5 minutes... with a 530 MB... they are way too big for me to upload them in a web page.... can i do with my camera to have videos of less MB?
is there a way?
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Re: Camera gives me Videos too big to unload on Youtube
If you have Windows XP or better, you also have "Windows Movie Maker". Use this program to compress your videos to a usable size. Keep in mind, with compression comes some loss in quality, depending on how much you want to shrink it.
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Instructions for uploading a video to YouTubeTo get started,
the first thing you should do is click on the "Upload Videos" icon in
the upper right corner of the YouTube home page:
Click on 'Upload Videos'
Login if you already have an account. If you don't, you'll need to complete and submit the sign-up form to create one:
Create your YouTube account
Describe your video Once you've
registered, you'll be able to begin the two-step video upload process.
First, you'll need to provide some information about the video you're
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You'll want to include relevant keywords in
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directly. Select the appropriate category and language for your
video, and press the "Go upload a file" button. The alternative "Use
Quick Capture" button would allow you to record a YouTube video
instantly via a camera connected to your computer. (We'll go over this
option in a future tutorial.) Public or Private? On the next page, you'll be able to upload your video file and specify the privacy settings (public or private):
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If you'd like to only select people you
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you'd like anyone in the world to be able to view your videos, you
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YouTube video requirements and recommendationsYouTube
accepts video files from most newer digital cameras, camcorders, and
cell phones in either an .AVI, .MOV, or .MPG file format. According to
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(Note to WVZ Members: Be sure to review the tutorial on how to get the best results when uploading videos to YouTube.) There
is no limit to the number of videos you can upload, but there is a file
size limit of 100MB for "Standard" account members. Videos can be up to 10 minutes long. If you have a Director's Account,
you can upload longer videos. The YouTube Director program is
especially for musicians, amateur filmmakers, videobloggers, or
upload your video, press the "Browse" button to locate the video file
on your computer and then press the "Upload Video" button:
Uploading your video to YouTube
The amount of time required to upload a
video depends upon your internet connection speed and the size of the
video you're uploading. It can take anywhere from a few minutes to
several hours. According to YouTube, for users with a high-speed
broadband internet connection, the upload time is usually in the range
of 1-5 minutes per MB (e.g., a 10MB file would take 10-50 minutes to
upload). Once you're video has been uploaded, YouTube will automatically convert it to the Flash video FLV format for use in the YouTube FLV player. This usually takes just a few minutes. Your video should be live shortly thereafter.
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Hello, I do not know how you tried to unload your videos,if you tried with special cable of your camera sometimes such errors are inevitable. therefore,the
best way to unload the pictures / videos please try to obtain / buy a USB multi
memory card reader (it is about 5,00-8,00 USD ) and take your memory
card out of camera ,plug into card reader,USB to computer ,here it is
,your pictures and videos are there ( to be seen as external Hard disc on your PC) After loading them into PC you can work/edit on these videos but you need a special video editing software.You camera CD may have it.Good luck Regards.
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Plug the SD card with contact terminals facing away from battery. It most likely is using internal memory which is much smaller. All cards under 4gb are normal SD. The camera should be able to format the card, or use an adapter and windows will format (default settings).
A 1.3 hour movie is recorded on a DVD, not a CD. DVDs can hold a minimum of 4.7 GB, or nearly seven times the capacity of CDs. Your 867 MB file of 8.03 minutes indicates that you were recording at about 1,800 KB/sec, or the highest quality recording level. (See specifications here.) If you're willing to record your video in a smaller size, you can get much more recording on a CD.