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06-18-2024, 01:40 AM
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Hi folks it's been a few years since posting here.
After reading the recent previous thread about YouTube uploads I was just wondering.
I have faster speed internet service now and I do know that uploading a big .avi file will take longer than .mpeg one.
My VHS Captures are from Mitsubishi HS-HD2000U with TBC
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Win XP PC with ATI AIW card.
My average upload would be 5 minute .avi file = 2Gigs.
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06-18-2024, 02:44 AM
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You can if you have unlimited giga speed, Try using HuffYUV to reduce upload time, YT will take it with no problems.

https://www.youtube.com/@Capturing-Memories/videos
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06-18-2024, 03:13 AM
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Thanks Latreche34
My upload speed is 11.6 Mbps
Think I'll try anyway and SWHappens
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06-18-2024, 04:49 AM
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Also Yes Captured with HuffYUV
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06-18-2024, 08:28 AM
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If you meant 11.6 MB/s, that's about 100 Mbps which was only beginning to be phased out when Windows XP was released. When was your PC made?
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Nothing to do with his PC, it's his ISP upload speed.
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06-18-2024, 11:29 AM
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Iím on fiber optic and I get 100 mbps upload and download. I could get a gig up and a gig down for a little more but I donít need it. Also I plan to upload from my wifeís laptop from a usb storage drive and the bottleneck would be the drive if I went over 100 mb/s. If I ran my Cat6 to my capture computer is has SSD drives but I donít want to put it online. 100 mbps is plenty anyways. I am going to upload an AVI to YouTube and I well also just upload to YouTube like LS does and try to make up my own mind about which way I want to do that.
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06-18-2024, 11:42 PM
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Just using Hybrid to upload everything at a good bitrate instead of messing with uploading huge AVIs is a good option also.
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