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Thread: filmed in HD, encoded in HD, yet doesn't appear so on Youtube

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    so I this video was filmed on an HD cam, albeit a cheap one, but stil 1080, and I exported it from Adobe Premiere with extremely high quality settings.....

    hmmmm....ok so, after typing that I just checked the info on the video file itself and it says the dimensions are 720 x 480......that would mean I encoded

    it in 720 p right?......I just assumed since the file was over a gig that it had to be the highest quality! *facepalm*

    that said....I should still notice a difference between 480 and switching to 720 on youtube when viewing it and I'm not sure I can

    you be the judge


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    You encoded it as standard definition. 1080 and 720 in HD refer to the nUnber of horizontal lines.

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    what setting can I use in premiere to ensure this?

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    There's a YouTube HD preset.

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