Encoding And Uploading Your Company Video To YouTube

You’ve recently had a company video produced and it looks great!  Now you wish to upload it to YouTube, Vimeo and other video sharing sites.  But before you do- ask your video producer to encode it specially for the web.  Tell your video company what site you wish to upload to- they may have special encoding instructions to optimize the video.

If you received a DVD master of your video you need to convert it for web use.  Unless you have the correct encoding software to convert your DVD video your results can be dismal…your HD video that looked great on your computer or TV may look pixelated, distorted and poor quality on YouTube- not the image you wish to portray!

Not to worry. You video producer can easily encode your video so it will look its  best on any video sharing site and it should be inexpensive too!  Have a pro do it- you won’t regret the results.

Posted on January 30, 2013 No comments

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Ken Hook is a co-founder of 45 Degrees Latitude (www.45degreeslatitude.com) and Ontarioseo.net (a division). Ken has been involved in pro-video production for 10 years and SEO for 5 years. He frequently posts SEO and video tips for small business on both websites. Ken and his wife Cathy reside in Cloyne, Ontario, Canada.

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