Premiere Elements: Remove the YouTube time/size limitations

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Please remove the 15 minute limitation on YouTube uploads from within Adobe Premiere Elements. My YouTube account does not limit the size of the videos that I upload. I purchased Adobe Premiere Elements to replace another product that didn't provide the ability to upload to YouTube. With this limit in place, your software is no better than the software that I was attempting to replace since all of my videos are in the range of 30 minutes each.
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Jason Yarber

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Posted 5 years ago

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Tom Nickalls

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I completely agree with this post.
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Tobias Seidel

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Totally agree.
And it's not a uncommon thing to be allowed to upload more than 15 minutes. Everyone who verifies his/her youtube account can upload videos up to a lenght of 12 hours, no size limit.
As a little help for the other bothered ppl check this out for manual render settings: https://support.google.com/youtube/an...
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I also agree this needs to be fixed, and yet 2 yrs on nothing has been done. It's simple, remove the time limit so we can make better use of the product with our youtube accounts.
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Abraham Hanna

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I am on Premiere 14 and having the same issue.. would be nice to hear Premiere's response.
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Matt Brown

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Absolutely. It has been YEARS that YouTube allowed for videos longer than 15 minutes. Such a limitation is just ridiculous.
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Abraham Hanna

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Premiere 'help' writes that it is simple and quick to upload youtube video.
FALSE !
It is IMPOSSIBLE to upload a youtube video via Premiere....

Adobe Premiere Elements makes it simple to quickly upload your movies directly to YouTube. You can set up an account and specify quality settings the first time you upload to YouTube. 

  1. Adobe Premiere Elements makes it simple to quickly upload your movies directly to YouTube. You can set up an account and specify quality settings the first time you upload to YouTube. 
    1. Click Publish and Share to display the Publish And Share panel, and choose Online.

    2. Select the option to upload your video to YouTube.

    3. Select a preset to use for YouTube, and click Next.

    4. Enter the user name and password for your YouTube account, and click Next.

    5. Enter the required information about your project: Title, Description, Tags, and Category, and choose a language. Then click Next.

    6. Choose whether you want to allow the public to view your project, and then click Share.


      https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-elements/using/sharing-web.html


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I totally agree with this post.  I have Premiere Elements 11 and bought 14 just to upload directly to YouTube.  On top of the 15 minutes limitation, you can't export your project to an flv file in the 14 release because "the format is obsolete".  However a flv file is much faster to upload in Youtube than an mp4.

Another nuisance is that you cannot save your project in 11 format from the 14, so basically you have to redo your project from scratch if you want to export it as flv.  There is no backward compatibility.  A project created in Premiere Elements 14 cannot be opened in Premiere Elements 11.

I am still under the 30 days grace period.  I will try the whole process with mp4 but if it takes forever to upload I will consider return the product.