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  1. TheAccuser's Avatar
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    I've tried a few different YouTube apps and none of them can upload existing camera roll videos to YouTube. Am I missing something?
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    Upload using email or Multimedia Messaging (MMS): iPhones and other devices


    Here's how to send the video from your device to a special email address that's provided with your YouTube account.Part 1: Find your unique email address for uploading videos

    1. On a desktop computer, visit yourYouTube Settings.
    2. Under the "Account Information" section, find "Mobile uploads". You'll see an email address that looks something like111111111111@m.youtube.com.
      Don't see an email address? Click the Create Mobile Profile button and enter the information required. Click theCreate Profile button to create an email address.

    Part 2: Upload the video

    To upload the video, email the video to the address you found in Part 1. You'll receive a confirmation SMS or email letting you know the video was successfully uploaded.You can edit the video and its settings by visiting YouTube on a desktop computer.
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    Nice tip. The problem is. This way the Windows Phone 8 makes the video 240p insteead of it's original 1080p/720p.
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    This used to be so easy with an iPhone.

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