I've made a video that contains a fast scrolling videowall that I made in After Effects (rendered in AVI) before putting it in my Vegas project and rendering it in Magix AVC MP4 format. When I play the endresult on my PC it looks great, but after uploading it to youtube the videowall part is showing a lot of pixelation, like noise during the fast movement of the scrolling videowall.
Youtube recommends uploading in a higher bitrate so I tried re-rendering it in a Sony AVC with a higher bitrate (25.999.360) to see if that helps but it didn't.
Is there a way to render this in a way that youtube will not mess things up, or is this 'just the way things work'?
PS: I'm not very familiar with AE and I use it only to render certain templates that are cool, but I noticed that the H.264 option is totally missing in the newer versions of AE when I render a project, actually the only usable option seems to be AVI uncompressed HUGE file output, what is that all about, does anybody know?