Uploading to Youtube

nadiavideo wrote on 5/15/2019, 3:06 PM

I am starting to make videos for youtube and I have been rendering them and saving on my hard drive and then uploading to youtube but because it is taking up my space and it is probably/hopefully quicker to upload straight to youtube I want to start doing that. But whenever I click on 'upload to youtube' the box appears asking title, description etc but it seems half of the bottom part is missing and therefore the upload button doesn't not appear. Why is this and how to I fix it?


fr0sty wrote on 5/15/2019, 3:10 PM

Are you able to click and drag the edges of the window to reveal more?

nadiavideo wrote on 5/15/2019, 3:19 PM

Hi, I tried to and also it was in the middle of my screen no reason for part to be hidden :( I am uninstalling and reinstalling to see if it fixes the issue.

nadiavideo wrote on 5/15/2019, 3:23 PM

Are you able to click and drag the edges of the window to reveal more?

So I have reinstalled and I am able to move box around but still no upload button.



vkmast wrote on 5/15/2019, 3:31 PM

https://www.vegascreativesoftware.info/us/forum/movie-studio-platinum-16-upload-to-youtube-dialog-box-problem--115123/ does not seem to have a solution either for the OP of that topic, but you might read it anyway.

j-v wrote on 5/15/2019, 3:32 PM

Uploading to YT will not help you with your problem because the file will be first stored on your computer as a temp. file and after it is finished that option uploads it.
Also while YT alters frequent the opload possibilities for programs, this possibility is not much used and while it is the same storage it is better to store it as an mp4 and upload it by hand to YT.

I think your problem is that you maybe try to store at on the default My documents location, better to store it somewhere else with more space ( it needs 2 x expected filesize)

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Red Prince wrote on 5/16/2019, 10:56 AM

Personally, I render 4k MP4 to an external disk with lots of free space, then connect the disk to a Raspberry Pi and use the RPi to upload the file to YouTube. That way I have my Windows computer fully available even while uploading (which can take several days with my slow ISP), and can even turn it off at night with the RPi continuing the upload while consuming less electricity than a 15 W light bulb would.

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