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Thread: Video Looks Great when Rendered, but turns to crap on YouTube.

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    Exclamation Video Looks Great when Rendered, but turns to crap on YouTube.

    Ok, so I posted earlier in this thread: http://www.videoforums.co.uk/threads...-when-rendered
    and the answers really helped get rid of a lot of blurriness in my band's videos, but there is still some blur in our videos, which I noticed when I was uploading a test video for our newest cover song which can be found here: http://youtu.be/pG3VcIXfa2U

    Here's a pic of my settings on the video going in (I clicked "Match Media Settings")
    (I've also tried changing the frame rate going in to 29, which produced the same result)
    She Looks so Perfect render in.jpg

    Here's a pic of the render settings:
    She Looks so Perfect render out.jpg

    And a pic of the track fx just in case:
    She Looks so Perfect Track FX.jpg

    Normally I would think it's just YouTube, but I go on there all the time and I see videos that still look great in 480p whereas ours is very blurry. Even in 1080p, it looks kinda glitchy/blurry.

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    Nevermind everybody, it just took a while for it to start looking good on YouTube.

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