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  1. Member
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    Is there any way to upload videos more than 10 min? I really need to know how for my future videos.
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  2. aBigMeanie aedipuss's Avatar
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    video_part-1, video_part-2, etc... split them into convenient hunks. why bother with trying to trick yt, when they may erase your video and put your account in bad standing if they find out.
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  3. They'll take videos up to 10 minutes 59 seconds. If they're longer than that then do as aedipuss says and split them up.
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    oh right...oh well, thanks for the replies.
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    People who have videos longer than what is currently allowed uploaded them before YouTube changed it.
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    Interesting ... do they have to be flash video to begin with ... or what type of video can it be ... wmv ... mpeg2 ... avi [divx]

    Ive been thinking about sending a video to a person and YouTube would be a decent way to show this person
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    if you read the directions, you'll see it's just about any filetype...including those...and way beyond those

    a database is simply a large amount of boxes that contain data...if the settings are changed later restricting the amount of data (now it's 10 minutes of video), the box containing 15 minutes is unaffected
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    Originally Posted by zoobie
    if you read the directions, you'll see it's just about any filetype...including those...and way beyond those

    Any particular file format recommended that they prefer ?

    Or from other persons reading this ... is there a certain file format that gives better results when attempting to do this.
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  9. yt's preferred file format atm is h264 mp4 with aac audio.
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