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  • Sat, May 11 2013 6:01 PM

    • Alec Cullen
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    Export to YouTube etc

    Does anyone think it would be a nice time saver if Avid gave us the option of exporting directly to You Tube?

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  • Mon, May 13 2013 9:00 PM In reply to

    • Patrick
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    Re: Export to YouTube etc

    It might eventually become a part of the upcoming "Dynamic Media Folders" business I reckon.  Right now you may want to set up a squeeze watch folder with your desired presets and the "Publish to Youtube" option.  You can then export a QT ref to that folder and let squeeze transcode and upload in the background.  Note that I can't do this myself at the moment since my poor old 2008 machine kernel panics whenever I push it that hard! Smile

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  • Mon, May 13 2013 11:58 PM In reply to

    • Alec Cullen
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    Re: Export to YouTube etc

    Thanks for your reply Patrick. Just one thing what's a "squeeze watch folder"?. It sounds like it might be useful, but I have no idea how to make one.

    Cheers, Alec.

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  • Tue, May 14 2013 11:48 AM In reply to

    • Patrick
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    Re: Export to YouTube etc

    Hi Alec-

    My suggestion was based on the assumption that you had a version of Sorenson Squeeze at your disposal. It's been bundled with the past few versions of Media Composer, but if you don't have it then you may want to investigate Adobe Media Encoder:

    http://www.adobe.com/products/mediaencoder.html

    Now that all Creative Suite apps are subscription based it might be worthwhile to try it ou and see if you can integrate it into your workflow. A cursory glance suggests that you can't just get it as a single app, but as part of a Premiere Pro subscription, but it looks like that's only USD$20 per month, so not bad. I think a new licence for Squeeze runs many hundreds of dollars....

    -p

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