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How come YouTube makes my HD videos lousy and lagging when playing?

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  • Adobe Premiere
  • Apps
  • Lag
  • YouTube
  • Video
  • HD
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January 17, 2014 2:17:19 AM

I use Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 to edit and make the video I made but the original video is recorded in 720 P.

It's like YouTube is compressing and converting the video to lower Pixel Rate.

Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 works really well and saved the video very well played the video it well and bright but for some reason maybe the video did not have enough lighting eh better then nothing.

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January 17, 2014 2:23:35 AM

Slow internet connection, possibly.

Also, do you have the little cog set to 720p?
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January 17, 2014 2:32:29 AM

As far as i remember YT varies its internal encoder basing on the input video and obviously its compressing your vid again so generally better the input quality better the result.
Here's some more info from their help page, the rest is rather about google, test and trial.

https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1722171
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January 17, 2014 3:02:53 AM

Someone Somewhere said:
Slow internet connection, possibly.

Also, do you have the little cog set to 720p?


I have 50 Mbps Internet speed.
So not the problem lol.

Never YouTube just adjusted it to 480 P and it's clear now :D 
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January 17, 2014 3:10:01 AM

napninjanx said:
Never YouTube just adjusted it to 480 P and it's clear now :D 


Yeah, downscaling does that.

If I'm reading that right, you're saying that setting the player to 720p fixes it. If so, mind hitting the 'Pick as the solution' button?
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January 17, 2014 4:18:19 AM

If i understood correctly you viewed the video right after encoding was completed. I remember some time ago when i was uploading the video, after the encoding finished i was only able to view some low res versions. I'm just guessing status is updated based on first resolution is encoded, but other resolutions can be still in the process.
Just wait some time and all available resolutions should be visible.
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