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Uploading to Youtube

by pgielen » Thu Mar 26, 2015 2:14 pm

I read somewhere that the video from AVP 2.0 would be compatible with Youtube 360. However, in order to make Youtube recognize it as a 360 video, I still have to run the 360VideoMetadata.py script. Will this be implemented in the final release?

BTW, Youtube 360 does not work that good yet. The image quality, reliability and versatility of Kolor Eyes Hosting are much better.

Pierre

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Re: Uploading to Youtube

by martin.arnoux » Mon Mar 30, 2015 2:48 pm

Hi Pierre,

AVP 2.0 injects the metadata when exporting just like the YouTube script, if Python 2.7 is installed in your computer.

So no need to run the 360VideoMetadata.py script.

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Re: Uploading to Youtube

by fruitygreen » Wed May 20, 2015 4:20 am

It is not working for me.

I am using AVP 64bit 2.0.1 and I can't get the metadata on rendering.
I am using the Youtube app to check if metadata is there, but seems to be empty.

Installed Phyton2.7
Defined path in Windows7 " C:\Phyton27 "

I am missing something?

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Re: Uploading to Youtube  [SOLVED]

by fruitygreen » Wed May 20, 2015 8:45 am

Its working now.
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Just a typo.

It is " C:\Python27 " and not " C:\Phyton27 "

Anyways , Heres how I made it work in Win7.

Download and install Python2.7

1.Hold Win and press Pause.
2.Click Advanced System Settings.
3.Click Environment Variables.
4.Append/add ;C:\python27 to the Path variable.

Install AVP2.0
Then render your video.

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Re: Uploading to Youtube

by jboss » Sun Jun 14, 2015 8:11 pm

I tried to follow your steps, except installing AVP 2.0, because I already have it installed, but can't get it to work. Do I really need to re-install AVP 2.0? Or is there a way to modify some kind of configuration file? I do have Windows 8, could that be a problem?

Thanks.

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Re: Uploading to Youtube

by martin.arnoux » Wed Jun 17, 2015 9:15 am

Hi,

No you shouldn't need to reinstall AVP. Just make sure that the only version of Python you have on your computer is 2.7, and x86 (32 bits).

Cheers,

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Re: Uploading to Youtube

by jboss » Tue Jun 23, 2015 9:32 am

Thanks, I checked and have another instance of Python for Open Office. I guess I could try to figure out how either can use the other, but I just downloaded the Google Metadata app to add the metadata and that worked fine.


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