Why did My YouTube Videos Upload in 360p?
You may ask: “why did my YouTube videos upload in 360p?” When you upload a video on YouTube, it will primarily be processed in low resolution – 360p. In this way, your video can be uploaded faster. When the upload process has been finished, your video can be watched in low resolution – 360p on a wide variety of devices.
The resolutions of 4K or 1080p are higher than 360p, and they need more time to be processed. After you upload your videos on YouTube, you probably can not watch these videos in 4K or 1080p until you wait for several hours. At last, you can watch your videos in high resolution after high-resolution processing is completed.
Can I upload MP3 to YouTube directly? The answer is NO. However, there are so many music files uploaded to YouTube. How did they do that?
How to Watch HD Resolutions on YouTube Quickly?
If you want to watch your videos in HD resolutions quickly after you upload them on YouTube. I suggest you to upload your video with a lower resolution or frame rate. Here I will give an example using how to upload 1080p to YouTube. You know both 4K and 1080p are HD resolutions. You can choose to switch from 4K to 1080p and then upload your videos in 1080p on YouTube. This operation makes you spend less time to watch your videos in HD resolutions. Note that you can save uploading time by changing YouTube upload quality.
How to Make Viewers Merely Watch Your Videos in High Resolutions?
If you want to make viewers merely watch your videos in high resolutions, you can choose to make your videos as unlisted first, and then make those videos public after high-resolution processing is finished. After that, viewers can just watch your uploading videos in high resolutions.
How Long for YouTube to Process HD?
The time for YouTube to process videos in HD resolution depends on many factors, such as video format, video length, frame rate, resolutions and so on.
For example, 1080p videos are 4 times shorter than 4K videos. If you spend one hour to upload 4K videos on YouTube, and then you just need twenty minutes to upload 1080p videos. What’s more, you need to spend 4 hours to upload a sixty-minute 4K video with a frame rate of 30 fps. A 4K video with a frame rate of 60fps will take longer. So if you want to save time, you’d better choose videos in 1080p to upload.
What is the best video format for YouTube? Are you bothered by this issue while editing the video and preparing to upload it to YouTube?
How to Check Your Videos Quality?
1: Open your YouTube videos.
2: Select the Settings option which is on the bottom right side of the video’s watch page.
3: Click the Quality option.
After you click the Quality option, a list of qualities will appear, such as 2160p(4k), 1440p, 1080p, 720p, 360p and so on. If you can’t see the higher-quality options of your uploading videos, you should wait until the upload process is finished.
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