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From imovie08 to youtube in HD(1290X720)?


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I am only limited to publishing to youtube from imovie 08, in high quality but not HD. I can only select the large setting on the share menu. I think it is only 960 X 540. How can I publish in 1290 X 720?

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You want to export using the QuickTime option. See my iMovie Export Guide for details. Then manually upload to YouTube.

I have a YouTube guide on that main page too. It needs to be updated for HD and HQ. Also, I'm not sure if YouTube is still limiting uploads to 100MB for non Windows users.

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I think anything over 720 is considered HD...
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Thanks guys! I will try this later!
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Try the quicktime export, but I think youtube limits it...
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