YouTube secrets

Yates, Darren
October 2006
Australian PC User;Oct2006, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p86
The article shows how to get a clip onto the Internet and how to get other people's clips onto a personal computer (PC), PDA or phone. While there are no specific limits on frame size, YouTube recommends users to encode their video to DivX in AVI format with a frame size of 320 x 240 pixels, accompanied by MP3 mono audio. There is little point in choosing the 720 x 576-pixel video size option in GoTube if the original video is only 176 x 208 pixels.


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