10-05-2017 03:03 PM
10-05-2017 03:43 PM
Yeah YouTube can be a bit rough on the compression, Vimeo is superior but really requires a subscription to get the most out of it. If I were you I would edit premiers profile and have the bitrate set high then gradually reduce it on a private video to find the sweet spot. Ripples and foliage cause huge issues when a compressed lossy codec is used.
10-05-2017 04:13 PM
Most of my videos are done for private use (mostly weddings and events) so usually when I throw something up on YouTube it's just for fun or to save a family moment. I used to use vimeo exclusively, but the free version with the weekly GB limit led me to stop using it. I usually don't mind the YouTube compression/video quality because it doesn't really matter to me for these videos. However, in this case where I want to show the quality of the Hero6 it makes me cringe. I don't even like watching these videos because they look so much worse than what I can see on my computer or when played back on my 50" TV.
10-05-2017 04:16 PM
Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment on the YouTube video. Good or bad, it's nice when people take the time to let you know their thoughts.