Having the right video converter is half the battle in getting your videos properly prepared to upload to YouTube and other video sharing sites.
If you’ve shot a good video and it’s not uploading right, or it looks funny, or sounds weird, you could have a problem with your editing program, or your phone.
And that’s a big problem if you happen to be in business. Here’s how to solve it.
This is a follow-up to the first video, released in 2011, updated and revised for a new free video converter tool that anyone can use to make their videos look super-nice on YouTube, or anywhere else!
If YouTube gives you a message while uploading that you may have sync issues, you can safely ignore it. I’ve never had any sync issues with this methodology and you sure can’t beat the price tag!
Keep in mind that the specs I give in this video are for video sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo. For your own website you can throttle back; waaay back. For example, a typical video at 640 x 360 could be rendered at 500kbps and look just fine.
Even so, you should use the right video converter tool. We believe that for now, Handbrake is the tool of choice. And at free, it’s hard to beat!