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    Well after much experimenting and advice seeking from people who know more than me (on here)
    I have come to the conclusion the one thing you need and need to understand is....

    perserverance....
    I have continued in my quest to use mix my photos (mainly birds) in with video I shoot..
    I have tried to make a short film of autumn colour and reflections.
    This video was rendered in corel video studio, which worked last time perfect if I saved as avchd. This time (same camera same everything) it only played smoothly when saved as MP4.. In fairness I think youtube is half the trouble...but this time when I saved as avchd , even though it played on my pc, when I uploaded to youtube my voice went out of sync.. Only when I uploaded as mp4 and 720p did it come out right....
    So this video http://wildaboutfilms.com took
    8 different render settings
    6 different uploads to youtube
    to get right. And even then I had to compromise by not uploading 1080p

    and the best of it is, I know what worked may or may not be right next time. In fact the settings I used that worked this time, did not work last time.

    Alex

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    Sorry, but it's still not right. Quite a few sync problems with the audio and jerky footage when panning and zooming. :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by IanA View Post
    Sorry, but it's still not right. Quite a few sync problems with the audio and jerky footage when panning and zooming. :(
    No need to aplogise mate, it's not your fault
    Its enough to drive you scatty. I got it playing perfect on pc, upload it and it goes out of sync. So its probably youtube, which means theres not so much I can do about it. And to be honest how many perfect youtube films are there. Buggy and glitchy come to mind....
    al

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    I only watched at 480 because I have a slower DSL connection, but I had no problems at all. I have a very fast machine though (I just rebuilt it a week ago), and a most of the stuttering/choppy playback probelms people have are due to slower CPUs.

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