With all due respect, you should never give anyone 360 resolution copy of your work, regardless if it's a test. It's a misrepresentation of the quality work you're doing. I recommend you stick to 1080 at the very least to impress your friends and family. You can go back and use the same .axp file you made and render a 1080P copy, then upload to YT again, then remove the 360 version from YT.This would take only 10min to do.The resolution was at the high but then I put into pinnacle to edit and picked a lower one so I could place in Dropbox for someone.
Sorry for the typo, my file was 461MB, ~ half gig. These size files are usually manageable and fairly quick to upload to Youtube, assuming you have a good internet connection. My connection is about 5Mb/sec upload speed and it takes about 10min or so for a 5min video. That particular video was two flights, each about 17min long. This was vacation video when I was in Maine last month.Your video was sweeeeeet love all the shots. How many battery swaps did it take to do all that. Looks like very nice place.
Im checkin a different clip I have already loaded for 5 mins shows with your setting it will be 450 MB. Yes it looks clearer but that seems like a crazy big file compared to your 419kb for that video you showed. If I'm understanding right. I need to get that but maybe you mean 461 MB which then I'm ok. Thanks
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