Currently Being ModeratedJun 18, 2011 2:26 PM (in response to roozbubu)
Export to QuickTime with current settings (same as your Timeline) and self contained.
Use the resulting master file in Compressor with the YouTube preset to make the uploadable for YT.
A reference movie (not self contained) requires the presence of the original source files on your hard drive. Deleting, moving or renaming those files will make the reference movie unplayable. You cannot send a reference movie to YouTube.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 18, 2011 3:32 PM (in response to danwayfilms)
so i just found out my sequence was set to animation. half of my video files are apple intermediate codec, and the other half were run through after effects when i was doing some vfx for them and when rendered out became lossless. I just succesfully exported through quicktime conversion, and everythin was fine except my audio. it was HORRID at some points. explosions came through as this weird low grumble sound, and beats in the song did as well. the export took around 2 hours and im willing to do it agian as long as i get the audio right, cause it sound perfect in final cut
Currently Being ModeratedJun 18, 2011 3:44 PM (in response to roozbubu)
Open your exported movie in Soundtrack pro. What does the audio waveform look like? Are there peaks a just lots of flat lines (which means the audio is is hot and will not sound right)?
What is the footage setting of your footage? (select it and hit comand-9, what is the compressor?)
Also change your seuqence settings to something else, such as Pro Res LT...