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Sunday, May 15, 2016

Can't upload WMV to YouTube: Reason and Guide

If you can't upload WMV to YouTube, That may probably be profile or audio & video codec problem. Check here the YouTube supported video and audio codec: If your video isn't YouTube supported, you just need to find a right tool to convert WMV files to the right format. 

Note: YouTube also rejects the file exceeding 10 minutes. If your WMV file is too big, you can cut it to the specific length directly in this app. 

You can use a program called Video Converter Ultimate. It's easy to use, it's available for Windows and Mac, and it'll convert your WMV file into compatible formats for Youtube. 
  • YouTube Preset: It directly offers you an optimized preset with the right profile and video & audio codec for YouTube. 
  • Wide Format Supported: It converts WMV to any YouTube supported formats, such as to FLV, WebM, MPEG4, AVI, MOV and more. 
  • Fastest Conversion Speed: You can use it to batch convert videos at 30 X fsatest speed and convert videos without quality loss. 
  • Edit Video: Just use this tool to enhance your video by trimming, cropping, adding effects and more before uploading it to YouTube. 
  • Download Videos: You can even use it to download videos from YouTube, Facebook, etc. 
Read below on how to convert WMV to YouTube for Windows (include Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, XP, Vista) 

Step 1. Hit the "Add Files" button in the upper left hand corner to import your local WMV files to this app. Alternatively, you can find these WMV files you want on the computer first, and then directly drag them from the folder to this app's left pane. 


Step 2. Choose an directly-optimized preset for YouTube 

On the Output Format panel, simply click the format image or open the dropdown list above, then go to "Format"> "Web" > "YouTube". 

Note: If your WMV file is too long to upload to YouTube, you can cut it to the limited length (not more than 10 minutes). First, open the editing panel by clicking the "Edit" option beside each video file bar. Next, go to "Trim" window where you need to drag the two slides to select the clip, and then click the Scissor-like icon and hit Ok to save it. 


Step 3. Convert and upload WMV to YouTube 

Start video conversion by clicking "Convert" button in the lower right hand corner of this WMV to YouTube's interface. It only takes a few minutes to finish the job. When it's finished, a notice will pop up, saying all the tasks have been finished. 

Now, go to YouTube, and log in your account, then upload the converted files to YouTube. That's all. By the way, if you can't find the converted files, you can do it according to the output file path or directly hit the "Open Folder" option at the bottom of the interface. 

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