leesops
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Join date: Apr 2010
957 IQ
#1
Hey need some help does anyone know why that when I upload a song to youtube the tone has changed.

I have tried different ways to save the song but still the tone is changed.

My play along to a tone preset I made sounds off. But when I play it on my PC it sounds fine?

Anyone know what format to use when uploading to youtube ?

Here is link to demo preset I made any tips would be nice.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prmcMPQA8M8&list=UUOPnDF0j9eAPd_vLH32YSCw&index=1&feature=plcp
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Join date: Oct 2008
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#2
I noticed the same thing, interested in knowing too
lockwolf
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Join date: Jun 2007
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#3
With Youtube, the higher quality the video, the better the audio. Since the video was uploaded in 480p, the sound quality is going to be lowered. If it was a video in 720p or full 1080p, the sound would be of much higher quality.
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#4
Quote by lockwolf
With Youtube, the higher quality the video, the better the audio. Since the video was uploaded in 480p, the sound quality is going to be lowered. If it was a video in 720p or full 1080p, the sound would be of much higher quality.



This. Youtube uses a compression algorithm for their serves which changes the audio (And less noticeably) the video a bit. Count yourself lucky (or unlucky) that you hear this, as most people don't. A decent work around is exporting your file in a 1080P format and uploading it that way.
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