How to create a YouTube account

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					How to create a YouTube account

YouTube is your very own video channel.

Before you set up a YouTube account it is best to have a film to post.

Click on the Create Account link in the top right of the scree. This will take you to the
sign up page.

Sign up to YouTube following the onscreen instructions.

Now click the upload a video link and follow the on screen instructions.
About Uploading
Capture and Upload in High Definition!
Upload up to 10 videos at a time
Best video formats for YouTube
Up to 2 GB in size.
Up to 10 minutes in length.

              Recommended: Original resolution of your video - for HD, it is 1,920
              x 1,080 (1,080 p) or 1,280 x 720.
              Because bit rate is highly dependent on codec, there is no recommended
Bit rate      or minimum value. Videos should be optimised for resolution, aspect ratio
              and frame rate, rather than bit rate.
              The frame rate of the original video should be maintained without
Frame rate    resampling. In particular, pull-down and other frame-rate resampling
              techniques are strongly discouraged.
Codec         H.264 or MPEG-2 preferred.
              FLV, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4
Codec         MP3 or AAC preferred
              FLV, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4
Sampling rate 44.1 kHz
Channels      2 (stereo)
Now you have your very own film on your very own film channel it is time to import that
film into your wordpress blog.

Find your film using the search box within YouTube. This will give you the public view of
your film.

Visit a video page on YouTube. Copy the URL from the address bar.

In your blog’s Dashboard, go to Posts->Add New or Pages->Add New. Click on the Add
Video button on the Upload toolbar.

Select the From URL tab. Paste the YouTube video’s URL into the URL field. Then click
the Insert into Post button.

The YouTube video shortcode will then be inserted into your post. Publish the post and
the video will look like the one below.

Alternatively visit
video-into-wordpress-video/ to see a handy movie the lays this out neatly.

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