Current HTTP 500 errors for Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature

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As of August 30, 2015, the Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature is failing with HTTP 500 error. The issue involves different versions of Premiere Elements on different computer operating systems. Due to the nature of the error message, it is assumed that this is a YouTube server issue that needs to be resolved by YouTube.

On the other hand, when the Premiere Elements Timeline content is exported to an AVCHD.mp4 file and that file uploaded to YouTube at the YouTube web site, that works.

Is there anything at Adobe that "needs to be fixed" with regard to this matter? Are we taking too much for granted by labeling this a YouTube server problem - YouTube take care of it? Does anything need to be done on the Adobe side of thing to correct this situation?

Thank you for your consideration in this matter

ATR

Add On...Here is an example of the threads in the Adobe Premiere Elements Forum asking about the YouTube HTTP 500 error message and the Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature.
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1939710
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To whom it may concern....

As of August 31, 2015...reports coming into the Adobe Premiere Elements Forum are that Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature is now working again...no more HTTP 500 error.

Great news indeed. It would be interesting to learn who fixed the issue, but thankful that it is fixed.

Thanks for all who have reported the problem and are now acknowledging that the feature is working for them again.

ATR