I’m trying this service out and am stalled on the “Make” step. The video has been processing for close to 30 minutes. The progress bar keeps crawling and then restarting again. I needed to post this on social today so I’m running out of time. Please help, thanks –
Ok I took a look at your video. Looks like the main culprit is the size of your original video. The larger the file is, the more our system has to crank on it basically. Your video isn’t that long. 3-5 minutes is the sweet spot.
So, I am guessing the video you uploaded was probably mildly compressed. You might want to use a stronger compression, one that doesn’t harm the quality, but reduces the file size. If you let me know what software you are exporting the video from I can help with this.
It will speed up everything as it will speed up your uploads AND speed up your encodes too significantly.
Let me know on the video software and we will take it from there.
So I have an older Camtasia, but in mine there is a quality bar under the advanced export options that goes from low to best quality. The default is right in the middle which is probably what you want.
If it was me, I would try that first and then check the video and see how it looks. Basically you want to go as low as you can without any noticeable difference in quality with your video.
Generally setting it to the highest level is uncompressed full quality which isn’t generally meant to be a portable file, (One you would upload.)
So, on the LinkedIN issue. What matters is how it shows in the feed, not in the uploader.
I have found that as the video is uploading, they show it in that frame. But when it shows up on LinkedIN it plays full. I just tested this myself and here are the results:
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