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Frush [Avatar]
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Please hep!

I can not figure out why all of a sudden I am no longer able to prduce in 9:16. I have before and used the same saved custom proifle I had been using.

I says its producing in a width of 1080 and a height of 1920 but when I look at the properties of the file it says the file is a width of 1920 and a height of 1080. See attattached pic of the settings in 365 and the properties of the produced file.
[Thumb - PowerDir-Not-Producing-9-16.PNG]
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PowerDir-Not-Producing-9-16.PNG
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 Description
Not producing 9-16
 Filesize
1033 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
5 time(s)
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Quote Please hep!

I can not figure out why all of a sudden I am no longer able to prduce in 9:16. I have before and used the same saved custom proifle I had been using.

I says its producing in a width of 1080 and a height of 1920 but when I look at the properties of the file it says the file is a width of 1920 and a height of 1080. See attattached pic of the settings in 365 and the properties of the produced file.

I wouldn’t worry about it as windows properties/detail does not show the 90 degrees rotational flag but it is there as the fish in that picture is oriented correctly.

You can use the Mediainfo online link to determine if that rotational flag is present in the produced video: https://mediaarea.net/MediaInfoOnline.
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I wouldn’t worry about it as windows properties/detail does not show the 90 degrees rotational flag but it is there as the fish in that picture is oriented correctly.

You can use the Mediainfo online link to determine if that rotational flag is present in the produced video: https://mediaarea.net/MediaInfoOnline.


Thanks for the link! That site says its a 9:16.

However, the issue still remains because I am trying to upload a 'shorts' video to YouTube. And YT is NOT reconizing it as a 9:16 so it will not upload as a shorts vid.

I am at a loss... I was thinking that maybe its Windows issue BUT this is happening on different computers and with different videos. The only things thats the same is my use of 365... It was working fine and now today it does not. I have rebooted, uninstalled and reinstalled, yet this eains a puzzle.

Thanks again! Hopfully it will just start working again soon
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Your original question wasn’t about YT shorts. I am sure that YT changes the algorithm from time to time. See this YT short from PDU mobile. It looks like a 9:16 AR video in a 16:9 frame uploaded from PD mobile. It looks bad: https://youtu.be/ZnUzSkBz_1I. Now look at this one: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/coXYoYL1Ovs. There is no 16:9 frame. Scroll down to see the others. I believe that you need the YT shorts app to upload to YT to achieve this result.

Others that upload the YT shorts hopefully will respond on what they do.

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I just uploaded a YT #shorts the other day manually using a browser. Follow the YT #shorts rule of say 16 to 59 seconds duration and it can be uploaded to YT. No need to download the YT #shorts app at all. Made sure that I included <space> #shorts at the end of the video title. It has thousands of views now.

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