- April 6, 2011 at 12:06 am #29090
When you begin your introduction into the fast pace world of owning a YouTube video account, be prepared for the roller coaster ride ofâ€¦that day. Youâ€™ve got to make smart decisions about what kind of videos to post, be wary of ever-changing copyright laws, and face a daily celebrity roast from commenters that should be writing for the Chevy Chase show. That being said, when people do actually like your clips and appreciate the time you put into creating them, it can be very rewarding. That being said, you might be having a hard time getting from point A to point C because of slow YouTube uploads. A slow YouTube upload can be caused by a number of things but itâ€™s most likely due to the size of your file. If you have a humongous Teletubby montage with 6 different song changes and dozens of pictures, your video will eat up a lot of data. The best way to minimize the file is to use a program like Windows Movie Maker to create your videos and save them as a .wmv file. There are also certain compression options that will shrink the size of your file into something manageable. The second thing youâ€™ll have to look at when deciding whether to become a professional â€˜YouTuberâ€ is upgrading your Internet speed. Your hilarious take on that dayâ€™s political commentary might be old news after the 4 days it took to upload your monster diatribe. Speed can be key in uploading YouTube videos because the shark commenters have to eat as well. Check out my Computer basics Youtube channel.. Not as funny as the Teletubbies but very educational!
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