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#1 AHkentaki

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    Posted 10 May 2016 - 05:51 PM

    How to add on youtube video in high quality 2k? possible?



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    Posted 10 May 2016 - 11:12 PM

    Yes, ist is possible....but....the internal YouTube post Processing, after the upload, messes around with the quality....
    Less details, more blurry, Color distortions at the edges become more visible, two big "Black Holes" on top and bottom view of the Cam, where there is none in the original Video, and worst, the great wide angle of view is changed to a "close up"....
    Youtube should be ashamed.....Hope they will improve their import technique....
    You'll need a program e.g. like "Magix Video Deluxe 2016" or "Magix Video Pro X", capable of importing 360 vids, if you want to do some post processing, cutting, effects...
    Import the vid with Settings "2560 x 1280p", 29,97 fps, NOT 16:9, but 2:1 (as 1280 is the half of 2560).
    Export with the same settings, using mp4/H.264 codec.

    Before uploading to Youtube, for ANY 360 Video (processed or direct out of Cam) it is absolute necessary to load and save the video as "spherical " in the "Youtube Video metadata Injector", so YT can identify the Video as a 360 one.

    After uploading YT does it's own processing, and after this procedure is finished, it will last another 15 to 30 Minutes, before you can Watch your Video as a full movable 360. up to this Moment you will only see a "stretched " normal vid, so you have to wait patiently until the special 360 buttons upper left corner will appear.

    In this video I've uploaded you'll have the option to choose quality up to 1440p:



    but this won't change nothing to what youtube has done with the quality of your original footage...

    Hope this will help....

    Uwe

    #3 Over50Nerd

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      Posted 23 May 2016 - 05:36 PM

      I don't get the "black holes" on my videos uploaded to youtube.

       

      Did your originals have any black at the top and bottom? That could cause the holes to appear in the spherical video.






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