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    when is HQ avalible for my video? in youtube

    when is HQ avalible for my video? in youtube

    i uploaded a video 7 hours ago. it is

    6min length
    700mb size
    1024x820 resolution
    1777 kbps bit rate
    60 frame rate per second

    its been 7 hours since the video is live. still no HQ avalible.

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    how are we supposed to know, ask/contact Youtube about it... their the ones you uploaded to, their the ones to ask about it.

    Getting Started : Optimizing your video uploads - YouTube Help

    "YouTube recently began offering users an option to view content in high definition- 720p resolution (when the source upload supports it). Please note, we are currently experimenting with this feature and optimizing it accordingly, so we can't guarantee that your videos will always be transcoded into this format with this user option present."

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    It can take up to 24 hours for the higher quality to become available but I don't know the requirements. I know for HD you have to be at least 1280 px wide to get flagged for HD.

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    have you tried vimeo?

    I know they do HD, not sure on what their uploading requirements are
    Vimeo, Video Sharing For You

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    well vimeo is top notch video quality but not much viewers and not much comments. i dont know how youtube got so popular. it is crap quality and still so popular.

    the video i uploaded expected to be HQ..... it is more than 24 hours and still no HQ avalible.

    i upload other videos 5,6 months ago with same spec... 1024x820 res and still got HQ avalible.

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    Did you catch this part:

    Recommended: 1280 x 720 (16x9 HD) and 640 x 480 (4:3 SD)
    There is no required minimum resolution - in general the higher resolution the better and HD resolution is preferred


    H.264, MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 preferred.
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    the current video i uploaded... i am not aiming for HD. i am aiming for HQ. if i use 1280 res it will be HD. but i use 1024 res it should be HQ like other videos i uploaded few months ago.

    the videoi i uploaded still no HQ avalible and it is over 24 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymous7 View Post
    i dont know how youtube got so popular. it is crap quality and still so popular.
    It was one of the first such services to be well funded and well promoted.
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    C-O-N-T-A-C-T

    Y-O-U-T-U-B-E

    and ask why then.

    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.


    Phone number at bottom of page with their address, call them up & ask what the deal is then.



    read this see if it is related: Uploading Issues : Video processing time - YouTube Help

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    In trying to answer the inquiry, your video bitrate could be the issue. AFAIK, YouTube has a 1GB cap on uploads, so significantly increasing bitrate could be an issue for your video as specified. Instead, try dropping the video back to 30FPS, then encode at a much higher bitrate with an estimated target file size slightly under 1GB.
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