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    Is there any easy way to output you tube format h264 files from Edius?
    Jdroadie
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  • #2
    In short NO
    Best format from Edius is WMV

    Regards Barry
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Bluetongue View Post
      In short NO
      Best format from Edius is WMV

      Regards Barry
      I agree that .wmv is better, but if h264 is needed it's just as easy.
      In the exporter, pick Quicktime and output to 1280x720. In the last dialog, pick h264 as the compressor/5000 kb/s and acc/mp4 audio.
      You then have HD for youtube.
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      • #4
        I found this solution is very easy and very high quality (& fast):
        in Edius 5.51 (6.01 is much slower) - select in/out - Export
        - burn to disc - Style (untick) Use menu - Write - (tick) Enable detail setting - point to a folder (you can create a directory for it) on your hard drive
        - Burn

        It will create 2 folders: BD_Temp & BDMV
        When the it's finished, go to the folder BDMV, will see 2 folders: BDMV & CERTIFICATE (can use imgburn to make bluray disc with these 2 folders).

        go to BDMV - STREAM - 00000.m2ts

        you can upload this file: x.m2ts to youtube and enjoy the highest HD video quality.

        (many steps, but it's very fast and simple when you use it)
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        • #5
          You Tube OK

          Thank You folks the quicktime method seemed to work OK...I had been thinking MP4 from premiere, but yes this will do:)
          Jdroadie
          Philly, PA
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          • #6
            Is it possible that this solution does not work with the setting 1280:720 50p? I can not choose burn to disc.

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            • #7
              you can make h.264 /MP4 files directly with Edius 6.06 - just update ya installation

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              • #8
                Correct many of us keep telling people on the forum that you don't need quicktime to encode h264 for youtube or vimeo. Just use the Edius exporter (EDIUS 6.xx). Dave ( Redunion) has even put up an encoding test with a link to the uploaded video on Vimeo.
                I don't know why some keep telling people you need quicktime. YOU DON'T NEED QUICKTIME.
                Last edited by GrassValley_SL; 02-11-2012, 11:55 AM.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Bluetongue View Post
                  In short NO
                  Best format from Edius is WMV

                  Regards Barry
                  This is wrong.
                  It is yes use the h264 exporter in EDIUS 6.06
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                  Last edited by GrassValley_SL; 02-11-2012, 08:59 PM.
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                  • #10
                    Using TMPGEnc and the settings as per Anton's tips will keep the quality with a much smaller file if you use the standard Edius export settings however.
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                    • #11
                      Works from within EDIUS that was the question.....:)
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                      • #12
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