How to Upload MP4 to YouTube on Mac Mountain Lion

Capture some interesting moments of your weekend's outings with your phone and want to share it on video sites like YouTube. But the video is rejected for being too big or unsupported codecs or whatever reason. Now you will need a tool to adjust the video to accommodate the restrictions such video sites place. Here is where this YouTube Video Converter comes in. It has the ability to adjust almost every aspects of your video, resolution, bit rates, frame rate, length, codecs and many more. It even allows you to apply special artistic effects to video, making it more fun to watch. Here is a short tutorial on how to convert MP4 video to be YouTube-compatible with iSkysoft Video Converter for Mac.


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How to Convert Video to Upload to YouTube on Mac


Add MP4 files to the Program

With Video Converter for Mac opened, you can simply drag the source MP4 files to the program, or go to "File" > "Load Media Files" and navigate to the files you want to add.

MP4 video to YouTube Converter Mac


Select the YouTube Format

The format tray locate at the bottom of primary window. Go to the Web  Sharing category and choose "YouTube" as the output format. 

If you don't want to upload the converted video to YouTube, you can just convert video to other formats to suit your needs. You can also convert video to play on your mobile device. To do so, simply select your device model in the Device category. 

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Start MP4 to YouTube conversion on Mac OS X

Click the "Convert" button to start the conversion and the program will take care of the rest! The converter also works on MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac (Snow Leopard, Lion included).

More Advanced Features:

Want to spruce up your videos a little bit before uploading to the YouTube? No problem, iMedia Converter Deluxe for Mac offers a suite of editing tools in addition to video conversion, allowing you to split, crop, trim, or add effect to your videos as you wish. 

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