Save and share : Uploading to the Web
Uploading to the Web
Share your video projects online by uploading your videos to YouTube (in 2D and 3D formats), Facebook, Flickr, and Vimeo. You can access your accounts from within Corel VideoStudio. If you don’t have an existing account, you will be prompted to create an account.
The first time you log in from Corel VideoStudio, you are asked to authorize the connection between your online account and Corel VideoStudio. This authorization allows for the exchange of limited information related to the successful upload of your video.
As with any video upload, the online site usually requires time to post the video after it has been uploaded.
Please make sure to abide by the terms of use regarding copyright ownership of video and music as set by YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, and Vimeo.
To upload your video to YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, or Vimeo
1 In the Share workspace, click the Web button .
2 Click one of the following buttons:
If you need to sign in, the Log In button appears. Click the button to sign in. If it is the first time you are signing in, you will be asked to authorize the connection between Corel VideoStudio and your online account.
3 Fill in the necessary information such as your video title, description, privacy settings and additional tags.
If you want to upload a 3D video to YouTube, enable the Save as 3D video check box under the Privacy box.
4 Enable one of the following options:
Upload project — you can accept the default settings, or choose a profile from the drop-list. Type a name in the File name box and choose a File location.
Upload file — choose a saved video file from the Open Video File dialog box, and click Open.
5 Set any of the following options:
Create Preview Range Only — renders only the section of video that is selected between the Trim Markers in the Player panel.
Enable Smart Render — analyzes a video for any previously rendered sections and renders only the new or revised sections. This can reduce rendering time significantly.
6 Click Start.
A message appears when the upload is complete.
To log in to a different user account, first click the Log Out button that appears below the YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, and Vimeo buttons. You can then log in to a different user account.
YouTube currently supports only 3D files in MP4 format, so if you upload a previously saved 3D video, please ensure that the older file is compatible. Side-by-Side 3D is recommended.