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  • Tue, Jun 26 2018 7:58 PM

    • KevODoom
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    Poor video quality in video exported from MCFirst and uploaded to YouTube

    I have a video file that was exported to local drive from MCFirst, and subsequently uploaded to YouTube, but it contains visible artifacts on YouTube that aren't visible in the source material. Any thoughts on what the problem might be?

    File in question is here: https://youtu.be/wSK_w_-_F1A

    What would you recommend I adjust to correct this?

    Thanks!

    _Kevin

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  • Wed, Jun 27 2018 8:56 AM In reply to

    Re: Poor video quality in video exported from MCFirst and uploaded to YouTube

    Got to ask the obvious question first. Do you see the artifacts in the exported file when played off your local drive?

     

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  • Wed, Jun 27 2018 1:19 PM In reply to

    • jakeheat
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    Re: Poor video quality in video exported from MCFirst and uploaded to YouTube

    I think your colours are out of gamut. 

    Basically their is too much saturation for video to handle. If you have a 'Safe Color' effect available in your effects pallet,put this over your timeline and then re-render out. 

    However note that the mp4 codec, can struggle with fast moving bold colours.

    good luck

     

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