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Kind of Frustrated

Discussion in 'YouTube Chat, Gossip & Help' started by ASMR Amour, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. UhoohExtra
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    Yeh I had same dilemma. i uploaded a video last week and can say I'm guilty of not watching it a few times first before uploading. The lighting is really bad and I'm getting flicker affect. Theres a temptation to upload asap when you have spended an eternity editing a video. Lesson learnt.. watch first. Normally I would take the video down if I don't think its good enough.. I've kept this one up though because i reviewed a product i was sent for free in return for the upload.

    I would say definitely take it down if it bugs you. You can replace lost views but you can't replace people's first impressions of your content. Having personally made some videos I'm embarrassed of the content quality I tried harder in my last upload to level-up my content and ask my self would i actually watch it.

    Your problem could be worse though.. Its bad sound that will get someone to not watch. Bad video is tolerable.
     
  2. Courtney Candice
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    This is true, I made an editing
     
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  3. Spence Bailey
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    I can see how that would be frustrating. I've had a few issues with that as well. One of my stop motion videos was originally uploaded and it was messed up. I only realized about 2 days later. I reuploaded the video and it worked correctly then. So I just made the original private so I could retain all the stats and such.

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    I like to feature timelapses from games/simulators that go along with the music I post but I've had some annoying framerate problems on a mix that took me all weekend to render. Really considered taking it down but eventually decided to just leave it up since it's the music that matters the most. Pretty sure no one will be paying complete attention to the video for an entire hour and I was probably just overexaggerating the issue.
     
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  5. ASMR Amour
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    Welp I am trying to figure out what went wrong. the only difference is that I used my laptop to render out the video and my newest video as well. I compaired the settings to my desktop ones and they were the same but my desktop has never done this. I bought this laptop so i could edit on the go the laptop is sort of pointless if it can't even render things out properly
     
  6. TheDutchTexan
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    Edit your content and then watch it. Fix whatever you can fix in the workflow before you encode. After you encode watch the entire clip. Sucks if it's 20 minutes but it needs to be done. Keep a pen an paper ready. Hopefully you won't need it. But if you come across something that needs to be fixed write down the timestamp and continue watching and writing down other stuff that needs fixing (if any) until the video is over.

    Open your project, and start with the highest timestamp and work your way to the beginning of the video. If you do it the other way around you will mess up the timestamps of the goofs that come after it if the fix means trimming some footage or adding some.
     
  7. ASMR Amour
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    The problem was not in my editing of it. When I watched it back in adobe it looked fine, because yes I do check over my work. The problem was when the video was rendered out it got messed up and I didnt notice because some chunks were normal and I don't go back and watch the whole thing for the millionth time once its rendered normally I expect it to be how it was in adobe. But anyways I figured out the issue with the help of adobe support there was a setting that needed to be changed in the program that I don't know why its even an option lol Glad adobe support made it super easy and they were really nice. I couldnt find any help by googling my issue.
     
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  8. ProXima123
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    Sympathy?! Empathy!! I totally know how you feel. I've literally come across times where I had to upload multiple videos over again, because of a huge, or even minor mistake. Spelling, sound being off, etc.! not to mention having to re-export videos multiple times and still figuring out after uploading that I would need to re-edit and re export it again cause of a dumb mistake!
     
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  9. ASMR Amour
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    Yeah I am just glad that I figured out the problem though because ugh
     
  10. Gerald Z
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    sometimes youtube itself messes up, but it's always a good idea to check the video before upload, I don't mean the whole vid, just a quick check for display quality and audio.
     

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