I wasn't suggesting that you change the resolution. Whether your video is genuine 4K (4096x2160) or UHD (3840x2160), keep that same resolution. I was suggesting that you lower the video bitrate to decrease the file size.
As an example, I just imported a UHD clip, just under 3 minutes in duration. It's 3840x2160 25fps with a VBR of 60Mbps. The original clip is 1.25GB
I produced the clip to 3840x2160 25fps with a VBR of 30Mbps. The file size is 618MB
There are quite a few shared file sites that do no have similar restrictions on upload file size. I have a free account at this one
, where the upload file size limit is 10GB.
CyberLink provides 50GB of cloud space as part of your subscription/purchase. I'm sure there are reasonable bandwidth
considerations in limiting individual uploads to 1GB.
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