This weeks screenflow video tip of the week is all about how to upload to youtube in screenflow. If you want to know how to upload your video to youtube then watch this step by step 5 minute video.
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Hey everyone In this screen flow tutorial video tip of the week I’ll be going over how to upload your video to youtube in screenflow.. stay tuned..
Once you’ve finalised your video project and your happy we can then export directly up to youtube and within screenflow.
Click on file at the top menu bar, scroll down to where it says publish to. You can choose to export to youtube, vimeo, Facebook, google drive, dropbox and wistia.
Now I haven’t got everyone of these accounts but the process will be the same.
So for this example I will choose youtube, has you can see the publish to youtube box pops up. Now you can choose to either encode at full HD which is 1080, or 720 and I wouldn’t bother about 480.
I’ll select 720 for this example, The frame rate keep to 30fps, you don’t need to select letterbox content or motion blur and then you have a choice whether or not you want to save your project on your computer, and the answer to that should be yes.
So ill click on location and just quickly save the file. All you have to do then is sign into youtube, which ill do now.
So when your signed in you can add your category, mine is how to, title, this is the title of the video, an description of the video, tags, and you can set the video to either public, unlisted or private. For this example, I’m going to click private.
All you need to do then is click on publish and if you’ve clicked on public this will be live for the world. So there you go, you now know how to upload a video to youtube in screenflow.
If you want to learn how to render out your project and for best settings be sure to watch my other screen flow tutorial on how to export in screen flow for top video quality.
I’m dean haycox and this has been another screenflow tutorial from screencast magazine.com
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