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Widescreen vs Standard - 4/3


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Okay - so just when I think I'm getting the hang of it, I'm watching an Imovie tutorial on You Tube and the guy says not to add clips to Project Library in Widescreen (default); use Standard because it works better with You Tube, etc. Who knew? I have all these projects saved in Widescreen. When I am taking those project clips into a master project library can I THEN create the project in Standard or did it have to be done originally? Thanks!
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I don't know who "the guy" in "an iMovie tutorial on YouTube" is, but he's utterly wrong.

YouTube can handle pretty much any sort of video you throw at it provided its uploaded to them in a format they like (hint: MP4 is a good choice). 1080p, 720p, 480p, 16:9, 4:3 ... it really doesn't matter to YouTube.
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YouTube is the worst place for "reliable" tutorials...

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Thanks then - I will just keep them all in widescreen then.
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