How to Upload Video to YouTube from iPhone X
Have just captured an interesting video and are looking to upload it from your iPhone X to YouTube? Actually, you can easily upload a video directly to YouTube right from iPhone X. In this article, we will look at how to upload iPhone X videos to YouTube in a quick time.
You can easily upload a video directly to YouTube right from your iPhone X. This feature has actually been around for a long time, but as YouTube gets more and more popular, it'll certainly get more useful to have direct uploads like this.
The process of uploading movies from iOS directly to YouTube is very simple:
1. Open Photos app and tap on the video to upload.
2. Tap the square arrow share button to bring up sharing options, then tap the "YouTube" icon, you'll see a "preparing" screen as the video gets ready to upload.
3. Login with the YouTube credentials to the account you want to upload the video to.
4. Provide a title, description, and more info if desired.
Videos uploaded over wi-fi is recommended, as uploading from a 3G/4G and LTE connection will be more compressed than videos uploaded while connected through Wi-Fi, so keep that in mind before posting something you want in high definition.
Editor's Note: If have recorded 4K video encoded with H.265 with iPhone X and try to upload to YouTube, you may meet issues sometimes.
Actually, H.265 HEVC isn't officially supported by YouTube yet, but some users have successfully processed HEVC encoded video uploads. For those who still failed to upload iPhone X 4K H.265 files to YouTube, converting them to H.264 MP4 format will solve the issue.
Here, you can rely on this reliable H.265/HEVC converter - Brorsoft Video Converter (or Mac) to aid you upload H.265 to YouTube successfully. In particular, this functional HEVC video converter is able to:
- Convert HEVC video to YouTube supported video formats like MP4, FLV, AVI, MOV, WMV, WebM, etc with original quality reserved due to the application of High Quality Engine.
- Compress 4K UHD HEVC video to 1080P/720P video in small size for YouTube uploading.
- Decode HEVC/H.265 to H.264, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 that are most preferred by YouTube.
- Edit HEVC/H.265 video by trimming, cropping, adding subtitle/watermark and more for uploading personalized HEVC video to YouTube.