I just uploaded my latest youtube video. It's in WMV format, standard resolution, not HD.
It looks great on my own computer so I know the rendering is good. However the youtube video looks awful. It has that square, pixelated look that comes and goes all over the screen.
Also for some reason even with a high speed cable it keeps stopping. Should I delete it and upload it again or what's going on?
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