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Low res videoscribe

Hello,


I wonder if someone could give me a little advice. I understand that I can set speed rate and resolution when I export my Videoscribe in order to get the highest possible quality product. But if someone turns my vid "full screen" from Youtube it is low res.


I presume I am missing something here as this does not apply to many of the Videoscribes I watch. Is there a basic rule I can follow that will help me produce work that blows up to a large scale but remains high res. For example, projecting Videoscribes at conferences.


Thanks for your help.


Best,

Dan.

Hi,
1) Export a 1920x1080 video and upload it to youtube.
2) youtube will reprocess the video and offer it at several quality levels.
3) if your youtube quality is set to "auto" then youtube will choose a quality setting based on the speed of your internet connection. You can manually set the quality level higher in your browser


Consult youtube for more information about file preparation, uploading and viewing.


-Mike (videoscribe user)


 

Ace, thanks for your help Mike. I'll give that a go.


Best,

You're very welcome!

By the way, both 1920x1080 and 1280x720 are considered HD  so if you if you don't want to use the very highest setting you can render your video at 1280x720.

-Mike (videoscribe user)

 


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