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  1. Hey guys, I haven't really used these forums since 2012, but I really need some help. I have a vx1000 and I edit using premiere pro. The footage looks fine in Premiere. I can export it as an AVI or as an H.264 file, and they both look great while played on my computer. But, when uploaded to youtube, the footage looks pretty shitty. Here is one of the edits I've made so you can see what I'm talking about: As you can see, the quality isn't very good. I would think that it's just youtube's compression and that I should just give up, but I look at other VX videos on youtube and the quality is much better. Please help! I've tried everything. I've exported as many different files, but no matter how good it looks on my PC, it looks like shit on youtube. Thanks! EDIT: The fisheye footage has a lot of vignetting cause I used a weird DIY lens. Don't worry, I just got an MK1.
  2. Ive recently been experiencing my clips becoming glitchy and choppy the next day after uploading them the previous night. I understand that quicktime sometimes freezes but it does the same in Final Cut. When one of the clips was playing fine I exported it to .mov to see if that worked, it played fine then the next day the same problem. These are all new clips, my old clips from about 6months ago don't glitch and play through fine. My mac doesn't have the port for the capture cam so all my clips are from an external hard rive in AVI format then using MPEGSTREAM_CLIP I export them to DV format. Only new clips from the last week are doing this and I've transferred many videos to another hard drive to see if my mac was having trouble coping with so many DV files but the problem continued. Any one have any ideas, or is my mac slowly dying? It does take about 10 minutes to boot. Cheers Kane.
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXKpC00ka9A&list=LL9TT8dG3hrGVP_F_bFeBPOg