I really need help to find a good system on how to make videos upload to youtube easier. I record 60 fps gameplay at 1080p from my PC using FRAPS then I take those into an editor and move them, cut them, etc. Once done editing, I render them. My 30 min vids are always 4-5gb! My 8 min are 1gb! I've tried to compression them by handbrake and virtual dub and the absolute best I could get is 4.5gb to 3.1 gb. I need help because in the future I will be making 1-1.5 hour long vids at 1080p at 60 fps.
Please could someone please give me help on this?
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First of all, since the goal is the YouTube audience, there is no point in capturing at 60fps
FWIW --- after editing, I compress the video to either Xvid or WMV3 (with constant quantizer = 3, quantization type = MPEG for Xvid), leave the audio uncompressed (2.0 at 44.1kHz), and mux to an AVI file. You might want to try H.264 compression with very-complex settings, but remember, if your captures are naturally "difficult to compress", then even H.264 won't be able to compress very much without a noticeable loss of quality
If you have no objections, resizing to 1280x720 will require less bitrate, and therefore, a smaller filesize.
Last edited by El Heggunte; 25th Mar 2014 at 23:03. Reason: details : - /
And as El Heggunte says, since YouTube is going to reduce it to 30fps anyway, you might as well do it yourself first.
I need help because in the future I will be making 1-1.5 hour long vids at 1080p at 60 fps.