I have a problem with my camera and it does not want to upload in HD on YouTube. I can deal with that but anyways. I know there are some HD video converters that will turn my videos into HD and I want to know what one is the best out there and what one will work correctly meaning it will not cut my video off after I upload 5 or more videos to the converter or it doesn't crop the video right. I want to upload my videos but I can't because my camera won't allow. I don't want to get into the details of the camera but I just wanna know how I can turn my videos in HD and have them uploaded in HD on YouTube?
Answer by DazOwen · Jul 12, 2011 at 07:34 PM
All HD converters do is enlarge the pixels, they don't actually give you any more pixels. Using a HD converter and enlarging the pixels will make the video quality worse than what is was before you converted it so it's generally a bad idea.
Think about it for a second, do you really think HD software conversion can really give you more pixels than the device supported? The answer is no.
Answer by Gunbardo · Dec 29, 2011 at 08:17 AM
You're being extremely ridiculous!! If you did not film it with a HD camera, how do u expect to get a HD video?? Pixels can't grow on their own, mind you! I know your a technology amateur or probably even worse but, I'm sure you can understand what I'm saying? There is no such thing as a "HD converter" anywhere in the world! Even if technology advances for the next 100 years, there is still no way that is possible... So my suggestion for you would be invest in a better camera, that way you don't need to pry the shit out of the Internet to find "HD converter" and you don't even need a software of any sort for that matter too if you buy a fine camera! Thank you!
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