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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Fast and Easy way to Upload Recorded World Cup Video to YouTube

Read this post you will get to know how to upload World Cup Video to YouTube with Highest Quality with the all-in-one Ultimate Converter.

Fifa World Cup 2014

The 20th Fifa World Cup heads to Brazil between 12 June and 13 July 2014 - and the five-time champions will be hopeful of lifting the trophy again. But with Spain and Germany in good nick, and other surprises sure to come to the fore, the month-long football festival will not be one to miss.

Upload World Cup Video to YouTube

As the most truehearted fan, if you have free time and sufficient money heading to Brazil for watching this world-anticipated World Cup on live, that's definitely awesome. At that time you may take your camcorder to record the whole journey as well as the most important football party. And after coming back, you maybe so excited to share these wonderful moment with your friends and families by uploading recorded world cup video to YouTube.

That being said, how to upload so many FIFA World Cup video with big volume and uncompatible format onto Yoube really makes you scratch head. Most often, people prefer to take the HD camcorders like JVC HD camcorder, Sony HD camcorder, Panasonic and Canon HD camcorder with recording high definition videos in format likes mod, tod, mts, m2ts, etc., which are not supported by Youtube, so the first thing you need to do it to make those HD formats to become the supported video formats of YouTube like MPEG4, MP4, FLV and so on.

Take it easy! Now I will offer some tips for you to compress or convert World Cup Video to MP4 format which is perfectly supported by YouTube. 

Software you need: 

Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate or Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac

Overall, it is an all-in one program which is a great combination of Blu-ray\DVD ripping program and video converting product as well.  With it, you can convert World Cup Video as well as your BD/DVD discs to Youtube compatible MP4/FLV/F4V/SWF format you need. It really is easier said than accomplished. What' more, this skilled World Cup Video Converter is also articularly made to fix the World Cup Video issues by converting them for playing on mobile devices to MP4, AVI, MKV, WMV, M4V, DivX, XviD, MOV format with major outcome top quality.

Guides on converting World Cup Video files to MP4 for Youtube uploading

Step 1. Free download Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate, install and launch the program.

Once you run it, click "Add Video" button to load the World Cup Video files you'd like to convert. When all the videos are loaded to the program, you can preview the videos.

Step 2. Select best supported format by Youtube.

Click on "Format", and select output format from the drop-down list. Simply follow "Common Video -> H.264 Video(*.mp4)" for uploading to Youtube. Otherwise, you can select "Flash Video" -> "FLV-Flash Video Format(*.flv) ","F4V (*.flv)" or "SWF-SWF Format (*.swf)" which is also accepted by Youtube.

Step 3. Settings.

You can customize the A/V parameters based on your personal requirements. Adjust the resolution, bitrate, frame rate or codec to meet your requirement by clicking "Settings".

Step 4: Start converting World Cup Video to mp4 format.

After the above steps are done, you can click "Convert" button to convert your recorded World Cup Video to MP4  format. 

This World Cup Video Converter supports batch conversion so you may load multiple World Cup Video files and convert at one time. You may also merge them into one file by checking the box "Merge into one file" before conversion starts. After conversion you can click "Open" button to get the generated mp4 files for playback or edit.

In this way,you can upload your World Cup Video file on YouTube and share with your friends at everywhere and whenever.

What's more:

2014 FIFA World Cup - Official TV Opening

You'll be seeing a lot of this cool animation during the television broadcasts from the World Cup in Brazil, which kicks off on 12 June.

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